Estate Administration

Probate court and Estate Administration is the process of legally transferring assets to your beneficiaries. Sometimes these beneficiaries are named in your Will and sometimes they are named beneficiaries by law such as in the case of a life insurance policy. The court oversees this process and there are many forms, “reports,” notices and proof of assets required. There are also restrictions on what the court will approve as an estate expense.

After the loss of a loved one, the probate court requirements can be overwhelming. We manage Estate Administration on a daily basis and are at ease dealing with the probate court. Our objective is to help our clients go through the probate process efficiently and as quickly as possible, all the while maintaining a personal touch. We are happy to help lift the burden of dealing with your loved one’s Estate Administration at any point in the process.


Deni Pifer is my go-to person for any legal matter because of her wealth of experience with the law. Especially in terms of Estate Planning. Not only has she changed my perception of how lawyers do their work but I am reminded regularly of how extremely detail-oriented she is and how she has my best interests at the heart of whatever legal work she does for me.

I have referred her to countless friends and family and everyone come away with a similar opinion to mine.

If ever I move to another state within the US, I am going to have to make sure she knows to practice Estate Planning in that state before I make the move.

Anu G.