Death Of A Loved One With Real Estate: How To Sell And Convert To Cash

You have several important responsibilities as a personal representative, one of which may be dealing with the final affairs of a decedent's real estate property. While the most common type of real estate property is a residence, we also often assist with investment properties, vacation homes and the like. Some may choose to keep a home in the family, and others may choose to sell the home and convert the profits to liquid cash.

The law firm of Aaron & Aaron in Clemson, South Carolina, assists personal representatives with real estate sales that are part of the probate process. These matters must be dealt with appropriately. Failure to do so could result in lawsuits, being victimized by scammers and encountering other serious problems. To learn more, call us for a free consultation at 864-551-4370.

We Can Guide You Through This Process

Our lawyers have more than 30 years of experience helping personal representatives wrap up the final affairs of their loved ones' estates. We can ensure that you move through the probate process in the correct manner while protecting the assets of the estate and avoiding any potential problems. These problems can range from being exposed to scams and false claims to failing to notify an heir about the status of the sale of the residence, or missing an important probate court deadline.

We stand apart from other law firms in the area because we have an active and successful real estate practice in addition to our litigation and probate practice. Our clients benefit from our wide range of experiences in both predicting and accomplishing a successful outcome. We regularly handle real estate transactions and closings, even when the homeowner lived out of state but owned property in South Carolina.

A statutory fee is available for personal representatives, which is an amount that is a percentage of the value of the probated assets, and something many personal representatives are not aware of. Put our knowledge and experience to work for you in your probate matter.

Call Our Attorneys For More Information

The responsibilities of being a personal representative may seem overwhelming at times, especially if the sale of real estate property is involved. The law firm of Aaron & Aaron can help move the process forward while ensuring that you meet the myriad of responsibilities bestowed upon a personal representative. Schedule a free consultation for more information by calling our Clemson law firm at 864-551-4370 or by sending us an email.