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Going to Court without a Will

Going to Court without a Will

Through his experience, Lynn Olney works to assure that his clients do not pass on without a will (or intestate).  However, Lynn often assists clients who are left administering an estate for a loved one who did not leave a will to disburse their assets.

This process can be confusing and daunting, but Lynn’s experience will help you avoid costs and taxes and fairly distribute the assets as your loved one would have wanted.

Just some of the items you may need to consider include estate tax returns, ownership in businesses and nontangible assets, contesting wills and  guardianships.

With over 30 years of legal experience, Lynn Olney can guide and advise you at this sensitive and important time.  Contact Lynn today.


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