Estate Administration in Rockville, MD
Probate & estate litigation in Rockville, Bethesda, Potomac & nearby towns
Alan B. Frankle represents clients who need help with estate administration in Rockville, Maryland, and the nearby towns of Bethesda, Gaithersburg, Germantown, Potomac, and Silver Spring.
The firm works with both the families or loved ones of deceased former clients and people who may have an estate plan to administer from another Maryland attorney.
Estate administration in Maryland is well-defined by both statute and rule, but the laws can be complicated, and the consequences of failing to satisfy the law can make a sensitive situation even more complicated.
Alan has over thirty years of experience in Maryland estate law. He offers his clients a valuable proficiency with the various documents that may constitute an estate plan.
If a dispute or problem arises, Alan represents clients in probate litigation, too.
Sensitive estate administration at a fair price
The law firm is committed to offering estate administration at the fairest price possible.
Alan prefers working with people who are like him—regular people who work hard and usually have to watch their money in order to provide the best possible lives for their loved ones.
He also knows, from personal and professional experience, that estate administration is emotionally tough at times. Clients at the firm are often equally distracted by making sure that their loved one’s assets are properly distributed and by the personal and unique process of grief.
Alan works hard to comfort clients—he believes that when you hire him, you are transferring the full burden of estate administration to him, so that you can seek individual peace after your loss.
Many times, the extent of the client’s engagement in the administration process is any preferred reviews of the process or its documents and the representative’s responsibility for signing documents.
Please contact the office to begin estate administration in Rockville or elsewhere nearby. Initial consultations are always free.