Probate and Guardianships

If your loved one did not set up their future with a fully funded trust, you will need to go through probate court. A loved one may need assistance that they can not provide themselves, you may need a guardianship. Let our attorneys at sklawyers assist you with every step of either process.

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SK Lawyer attorneys are fully qualified to support you and your family through the probate or guardianship process.

Probate

The Probate court process can be a long and arduous one. It can add a lot of time and stress during the grieving process of a loved one. Let us help you minimize the time and stress of dealing with the Probate court, so you can accomplish the litany of other things needed by you or your loved ones as you grieve.

Guardianships

A loved one may need assistance they cannot provide themselves, depending on the level of help they need, a guardianship may be the best option. Give the lawyers at sklawyers a call to see what option is best for your and your loved ones individual needs.

Our Probate and Guardianship Attorneys

Mae C. Bradshaw, Esq.
Mae C. Bradshaw, Esq.
Of Counsel
David G. Jones, Esq.
David G. Jones, Esq.
Attorney
Elise K. St. Lawrence, Esq.
Elise K. St. Lawrence, Esq.
Attorney
Kathleen S. Larney, Esq.
Kathleen S. Larney, Esq.
Attorney
Wesley T. Mathieu, Esq.
Wesley T. Mathieu, Esq.
Attorney
Keri A. Welch, Esq.
Keri A. Welch, Esq.
Attorney
Melissa Meallo Zani, Esq.
Melissa Meallo Zani, Esq.
Attorney
Karyn Krause Cumberland, Esq.
Karyn Krause Cumberland, Esq.
Principal/Member