Over the past several years of practice as a Guam attorney, I handled a variety of simple to complex probate cases such as disputes, contested wills, and creditor claims. Probate cases are used to replace the name of a deceased individual with that of the rightful heirs. The Guam law requires a written will and an appointed administrator to distribute an estate.
I guide clients through the probate process after the loss of a loved one. I strongly encourage people to think about their end-of-life wishes and to begin estate planning, writing a will, or utilizing deeds.
If you need help with the probate process or if you are ready to develop an estate plan or will, please fill out the Courtesy Evaluation form at left for a free consultation, or contact us (click here).
NOTICE: Submitting information using this form is not confidential and does not create an attorney-client relationship.
photo credit: Black butterfly on Guam grass flower.