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Probate is a formal legal process that occurs when a person dies and involves the transfer of their assets to the party who is inheriting them. Probate may be necessary whenever assets or property are owned by the deceased. The official formal probate process in court may not always be required. Whether you will the legal probate process after a death will depend on many factors including most notably the legal title of any assets in which the decedent had an interest.
To learn more about the probate process after a death, it is advisable to contact an experienced Dover probate litigation attorney who specializes in estate law and in wills and trusts. The attorneys at Burns, Bryant, Cox, Rockefeller & Durkin, P.A. are part of one of the oldest and most respected law firms in New Hampshire. We have been in practice for over a century. Attorneys Christine Rockefeller, Matthew Cox, and Sarah Lavoie can explain to you exactly what is involved in the probate process, what your obligations may be, and how the process differs depending on the size of the estate.