Detailed And Thorough Probate Execution

Have you been named as the executor of an estate or as a trustee? Are you in a dispute with family members or other beneficiaries over a loved one's will or estate? These are complex legal issues, but the probate lawyers at Beroes Law Center can help you find a resolution.

Attorneys Elizabeth Ann Beroes, Julie Elizabeth Beroes and John Morris have the knowledge and experience to probate a broad spectrum of Pennsylvania estates, including simple estates and those with sophisticated assets. Our attorneys have probated estates with a net worth of more than $1 million. You can also rely on us for probate litigation and additional complex matters. We represent people in Allegheny County and the surrounding area.

If you are faced with the daunting prospect of probate, our caring attorneys can assume responsibility for this process. Please call 412-339-2499 to secure the thoughtful assistance that you deserve.

Estate Administration And Probate Litigation

Probate and estate administration are difficult processes for people who do not have experience with them. If you are also grieving the loss of a loved one, getting through probate is even harder. When you work with Beroes Law Center, however, you can leave the legal details to us and know that we will take care of your loved one's estate. We will handle every part of the process, including preparation of inheritance tax returns.

When disputes arise over an estate, we represent executors, trustees, beneficiaries and family members in probate litigation. We have experience with issues such as contested estates, will and trust contests, undue influence, lack of testamentary capacity, last-minute changes to wills, misappropriation of assets and other matters.

We understand the sensitive nature of probate litigation and will work hard to help you find a solution while limiting further damage to family relationships.

Contact Our Compassionate Attorneys For Assistance

Please call our office in Pittsburgh at 412-339-2499 to schedule a consultation. You may also contact us through email. With over 50 years of combined legal experience, we can confidently avoid common pitfalls and help your family resolve any issues that may arise during the probate process.