Seasoned Guidance Through Estate Administration
After the loss of a loved one, emotions can run high as the decedent’s affairs undergo what can be a lengthy and difficult estate administration process. Without proper guidance through administration, an estate planned with the best of intentions can become a snarled mess and prolong resolution.
At The Law Offices of D’Addario & Collins, we have the experience needed to navigate this process efficiently. With our office in Newport, we help clients throughout Rhode Island facilitate the process and help fulfill the wishes of the decedent.
A Thorough Approach Designed To Help You
Attorney Richard P. D'Addario has over 50 years of experience helping families minimize the stresses of estate planning and administration. Our legal team can help with the full scope of probate matters, including:
- Filing wills or other estate planning documents with the court
- Inventorying the decedent’s assets and debts
- Addressing debts and taxes associated with the estate
- Distributing assets to the beneficiaries
- Settling any disputes that may arise
As a probate judge in Tiverton and Little Compton, Mr. D’Addario can provide exceptional insight into how Rhode Island probate law may affect the administration process. He understands the emotional nature and legal complexity of estate administration, and he works tirelessly to answer your questions and keep you well-informed about the status of your loved one’s estate.
An accomplished estate litigator, Mr. D’Addario also works with heirs and beneficiaries disputing wills and trusts. He has established a reputation for bringing families closure during these difficult disputes.
Work With A Firm With A Tradition Of Excellence
The Law Offices of D’Addario & Collins is committed to providing compassionate and individualized service in the Newport area. Email us or call 401-236-8202 to schedule an initial estate administration consultation at no cost to you. We offer flexible scheduling options to meet your needs. Our Newport office is conveniently located next to the Newport County Courthouse.