Losing a loved one is always difficult but having little guidance though the probate process can add unbearable strain for the family. Our attorneys are available to guide you through the process. We can explain the difference between probate and non-probate assets and assist you in deciding whether a formal or informal petition for probate is best for your needs.
- Did your deceased loved one have more than $1 Million in assets? We can prepare the required Massachusetts estate tax return for filing with Massachusetts Department of Revenue.
- Are you a beneficiary looking to be informed of your rights to inherit from an estate? We can monitor the administration process and advise whether you are getting everything of which you are entitled.
- Having difficulty with stock transfers or life insurance claims? We can provide guidance or prepare all the required forms for you.
Why Choose Us
The purchase or sale of a home, condominium or commercial property may be one of the most significant financial transactions you experience in your lifetime. Our attorneys and paralegals have the experience to handle all aspects of your real estate transaction, whether in Pittsfield, elsewhere in Berkshire County or beyond.
Whether starting a new business, purchasing an existing business or seeking some assurance that an existing business complies with all applicable requirements, the lawyers at Aaronson & Mach, P.C. can provide appropriate guidance tailored to each client’s individual needs.
Particularly if you have minor children or own your own home, the administration of your estate is simpler and less expensive if you have a Will. Without a Will, Massachusetts law dictates the disposition of your property upon your death. Having a Will in place allows you to make the decisions that will affect your family and protect your children.
Losing a loved one is always difficult but having little guidance though the probate process can add unbearable strain for the family. Our attorneys are available to guide you through the process.