Guiding You Through the Probate Process on the Lower Eastern Shore
When a loved one dies, having an experienced estate administration attorney
to guide you through the probate process can give you the peace of mind
that you need. If you have been appointed personal representative of an
estate in Somerset County, Wicomico County, and Worcester County, our
firm can assist you. With
nearly 40 years of collective experience, we have administered estates and probated wills before the Registers
of Wills and the Orphans' Courts on the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland.
We are familiar with the complexities of handling estates that are subject
to federal and Maryland estate taxes. These estates are subject to very
important deadliens that we can ensure you meet.
Will Contests and Estate Litigation
Why hire litigation attorneys with decades of experience to probate your
loved one's estate? Because an estate planning attorney who lacks
trial experience may be a poor choice.
Our attorneys been involved in some of the most complex estate disputes
on the Lower Eastern Shore.
If you have been named as personal representative of an estate, we can
work with you to ensure that your actions can withstand the scrutiny of
other heirs. If you are a beneficiary of an estate or if you have been
disinherited from an estate and have questions about challenging the appointment
of another personal representative or contesting ("caveating")
a will, we have the combined courtroom and estate administration experience you need.
Call a Team of Highly Experienced Trial Attorneys
Anthenelli, Phoebus & Hickman, LLC, we have the trial and courtroom experience that attorneys who focus only
on estate planning and estate administration often lack. Our lawyers have
tried thousands of cases to verdict and our experience includes matters
in both the Orphans' Courts and Circuit Courts of Somerset County,
Wicomico County, and Worcester County. You can visit one of our offices
in Salisbury or Crisfield, Maryland.
If you are involved in estate litigation or if you need assistance administering
your loved one's estate,
call (410) 657-5775 to find out how our Salisbury estate litigation and administration attorneys
can help you.