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.


My husband and I had our first official will and Estate Planning done by Deni Pifer a few years ago. Deni made the process very easy and comfortable for us. It was a very professional yet relaxing atmosphere. She started by asking some questions, listening to what we thought we wanted and was able to guide us through the process. Deni gave us the pros and cons on various ways we could provide for our family. We were able to then decide which format was most suitable. We have recommended her to some of our friends and have no reservations about doing so.

Liza & Jim Z.