Probate

Huntsville Probate Law Attorney

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At Robertson Law, we understand that the death of a loved one is a trying time for family and friends alike. It was the death of founding attorney Michael Robertson’s mother that inspired him to start a practice dedicated to helping others experiencing loss.

Attorney Robertson is a longtime Huntsville resident who practices estate law throughout North Alabama. He is committed to helping local families with probate in a compassionate and understanding manner.

If you have recently lost a loved one or have any questions about the process of probating an estate, give Attorney Robertson a call at (256) 254-5525 to schedule an appointment today.

What Is Probate?

Probate can be a complex process, but with a knowledgeable and experienced probate attorney, it doesn’t have to be.

Probate involves validating a deceased individual’s will and settling their estate. If an individual dies with a will (testate), an executor is appointed by the document to handle inheritance. However, if the person passes without a will (intestate), an administrator must be appointed to handle the deceased’s estate.

It is important to get solid and empathetic guidance during such a tough time. This not only ensures your deceased relative’s assets are transferred pursuant to their wishes and in an efficient manner but guarantees you and your loved ones the peace of mind you deserve. At Robertson Law, we’re here to make probate easy. Let us handle the process for you so you can move on.

How Long Does Probate Take to Complete?

By law, a probate in Alabama will take at least six months. During this time, creditors and others with a claim to the estate will receive notice that the estate is being probated and that they can submit their claim. If there are no complex claims, such as assets or property in multiple states or disputes between family members / beneficiaries, the process can be completed within six months to a year. If any probate litigation is begun, the process may take longer.

Contact Attorney Robertson to help progress the probate and give you peace of mind!

Probate Avoidance

There are many ways to avoid probate entirely, such as creating a living trust, in order to prevent your family from experiencing the hassle and expense of going to probate court after your passing. Contact us today to learn more about probate avoidance and if it might be right for your situation.

Compassionate & Knowledgeable Service

Robertson Law has specialized in probate and estate law since 2004. He is fiercely dedicated to making the process as simple and painless as possible.

Attorney Robertson can assist you with many estate settlement issues including:

  • Litigating will contests
  • Administering a trust
  • Identifying and paying off debts
  • Managing the deceased’s property, businesses, and/or other assets
  • Distributing property to beneficiaries of the estate

Attorney Robertson would be glad to sit down with you, answer your questions, and walk you through this difficult time for you and your family.

Have probate questions or concerns? Call Robertson Law at (256) 254-5525 or contact us online today.

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    Michael F. Robertson

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    Prior to becoming an attorney, Michael worked in the automotive industry for 42 years for both General Motors and Chrysler. While at General Motors, Michael worked as a design engineer at the forefront of impact testing and through its evolution into the science it is today. Michael worked closely with legal professionals and intended to attend law school with an eye on specializing in products liability. Michael’s focus changed, however, early on in his law school days. During his first week of ...
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