Probate & Administration Workshop

What’s In It For You

If you have had a loved one die and you don’t know what you are supposed to do, call us today at 757.690.2470. We’ll help you identify the key information to decide on the next steps. In the meantime, you may find it helpful to watch our free video 3 Biggest Mistakes of Probate.

What You’ll Learn

Thinking about a loved one dying can be upsetting and scary. It is hard to imagine how or where to begin picking up the financial pieces in the fog of grief. And while it’s a tough subject, being informed about probate gives you the ability to better navigate the process when the time comes.

Our educational workshop is completely free, and you can watch it immediately from the comfort and safety of your own home. The workshop describes the basic language of probate, plus you will learn the well-intentioned, big mistakes we see people make. We promise to point out how to spot the quicksand.

You will learn answers to these common questions:

  • Do I need to go to court if a loved one dies?
  • What happens to my bank accounts or other assets when I die?
  • If I am appointed as executor, what am I allowed to do?
  • When can I start paying bills? Which ones should I pay?
  • What if there’s not enough to pay them all?
  • What if I use my own money to pay a deceased loved one’s bills?
  • Can I get reimbursed from the estate?
  • And much, much more

Does this sound familiar?

Have you heard people say “it was so easy to administer my husband’s estate” or still others who say “probate is a nightmare”? Rather than rely on the second-hand experiences of others, you can inform yourself about the process.

Maybe you’re already facing the potential of probate, are overwhelmed, and don’t know where to begin.

This workshop is a way to start to understand the big picture issues. Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorney Geneva Perry gives this virtual presentation where she addresses the most critical issues in probate based on her 13 + years of personal and professional experience.