Our attorneys have decades of experience in handling probate in Illinois. Throughout Schaumburg, Streamwood, Arlington Heights, Rolling Meadows, Hoffman Estates, and the greater Chicagoland area, our attorneys work with clients and estates throughout the probate process.
What is probate? How does probate court work? In Illinois, a decedent’s estate must be administered through the probate process if the decedent’s assets exceed $100,000, excluding any jointly owned property, 401(k) assets, life insurance proceeds, and IRA funds or they own real property in their own name.
If I have a will do I have to go through probate? The answer depends on what assets you own in your name, what kind of assets they are, and how much the assets are worth. A will by itself does not necessarily mean you can avoid probate.
Our attorneys in Schaumburg, Hoffman Estates, Bartlett, Streamwood and throughout Chicago will work with you throughout the probate process in preparing creditor notifications, defending against improper or invalid claims, asserting claims on behalf of the estate, consulting with experts regarding evaluating the estate, and appearing in court to administer the estate.
Kelley, Kelley & Kelley attorneys have decades of experience in probate litigation and contested probate litigation. Kelley, Kelley & Kelley attorneys have a long-standing record of success in prosecuting our clients’ cause. Whether you are contesting a will, want to challenge an executor or administrator’s actions, or think a trustee has acted improperly or fraudulently, call us to speak with a probate attorney. The probate attorneys of Kelley, Kelley & Kelley are here to guide and represent you throughout the probate process.
Call a probate lawyer today at (847) 895-9151 or email an attorney directly to set up an appointment. Kelley, Kelley & Kelley probate lawyers work in Schaumburg, Hoffman Estates, Streamwood, Bartlett, Palatine, Elgin, Barrington and throughout Chicago and the Chicagoland area.