Being named as the fiduciary of an estate or a trustee of a trust is a serious responsibility. There are numerous duties that are part of successfully administering an estate or trust. Even for those who may be familiar with the probate process, there is a benefit to having experienced guidance.
My name is George Wilber. I have been practicing in this area for more than 30 years, and my knowledge and experience in assisting clients with probate and trust matters allow the fiduciaries to have confidence that their administration is proceeding properly.
A Comprehensive Range Of Estate-Related Services
My practice focuses on:
- The efficient use, protection and disposition of assets
- Preparation of wills and trusts, power of attorney, living wills
- Administration of estates
- Representation in will contests and disputes
- Medicare and Medicaid matters
Additionally, my years of experience and skill allow me to offer skilled representation in estate litigation, as well as in handling guardianships.
Skilled Representation For Estate-Related Litigation
When a will or the administration of an estate is called into question, litigation may be utilized to resolve disputes. I defend estate administrators against claims of wrongdoing, as well as bringing claims on behalf of those who are concerned about the validity or propriety of a will or estate administration.
When an adult is no longer able to adequately look after his or her own affairs, a guardianship can allow that person to be protected from those who would take advantage of his or her vulnerability. I can set up a guardianship that will help protect him or her.
Contact A Skilled Estate Attorney
If you have been named as an estate fiduciary or a trustee, have questions about your estate plan, or are concerned that someone you care about may be in need of a guardianship, contact me to seek counsel and advice concerning your particular situation. You can schedule a free initial consultation by calling my Port Clinton office at 419-734-4060 or send me an online message today.