The Ohio probate lawyers of Hickman & Lowder represent guardians, executors and trustees.

Older woman reviewing documentsWhen you’ve just lost a loved one, the added stress of having to go through a legal proceeding to settle their estate seems particularly acute.

If your disabled child has recovered a personal injury or medical malpractice settlement, actually getting the money requires another complicated process.

Now what? Probate is not always something that can be avoided. Sometimes families agree; sometimes they don’t. Whether it’s a will, a trust, an estate, or a guardianship, diligent, committed representation is the key to a successful Probate Court proceeding.

The Ohio probate lawyers of Hickman & Lowder represent guardians, executors and trustees, and can serve in those roles ourselves if need be. We manage the paperwork and your court proceeding from beginning to end. With offices only blocks away from two of the major probate courts in Northeast Ohio, in many cases we can handle filing and court appearances for you. We also travel to courts in many counties across Ohio, so you don’t have to.

Each Probate Court has its own style. We stay attuned to how each operates, so you have an astute partner to proceed appropriately and speak up for you if the Court has questions.

You may deal with Probate Court once in a lifetime. We deal with it every day. Our familiarity and persistence means you'll be well-represented. Your attorney at Hickman & Lowder will be someone you can turn to who can take care of all the details so you can focus on what’s really important.

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