Skillful Probate and Estate Administration

Experience You Can Trust

Tarick Loutfi & Associates is heavily experienced in probate litigation and estate administration, with over 20 years of representing clients.
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Estate Administration

Tarick Loutfi & Associates represents individuals, families, and financial institutions in the administration of estates and trusts. We help our clients through the probate process to carry out the wishes of the decedent’s by collecting the assets, curing any debts or bills, and distributing the assets in accordance with the decedent’s will or the State’s intestacy laws. 

We also help clients involved with trust administration – overseeing all trust-related matters and preventing possible disputes from arising.
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What is Probate?

Probate is the court-mandated process that administers the decedent's estate. If a valid will is already in place, the process will move along smoothly as existing debts will be paid and the estate will be administered to heirs and beneficiaries as specified in the document.

Difficulties arise when no will was left, the document was incomplete or not up to date, or if the validity of the will is called into question by prospective heirs and beneficiaries. In such instances, we use our more than 20 years of experience litigating and defending estate and probate matters to see that your voice is heard and that your loved one's estate is properly distributed.
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Probate Litigation

For individuals or families with wills, trusts, or other estate plans in place, going through the probate process after the loss of a loved one can be relatively seamless. However, if the decedent failed to leave a will, or if there is a dispute regarding the validity of the will, administration of the estate can be drawn out, tedious, emotionally taxing, and incredibly costly. 

At Tarick Loutfi & Associates, we will help you and your family move through the probate process as quickly and stress-free as possible by arming you with clear, compassionate, and experienced advice from the initial assessment to when your dispute is resolved.
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Our Role in the Probate Process

When you are caught up in probate litigation, you will likely need to hire a lawyer. But not all estate planning attorneys are the same; who you choose can make all the difference.

At Tarick Loutfi & Associates, we will be by your side throughout the entirety – offering advice that leads to intelligent decisions and helping you and your family move through the process quickly but effectively – saving you time and money.

When you work with us, we will carefully explain your options and assist you in resolving any of the following:
  • Will and Trust Interpretation 
  • Disputes over Capacity Issues
  • Claims of Fraud, Duress, and Undue Influence
  • Disputes Concerning Accountings and Distribution of Assets
  • Citation Proceedings to Discover and Recover Assets
  • Breaches of Fiduciary Duty for or Against Fiduciaries and their Agents
  • Removal of Fiduciaries 
  • Disputes Regarding the Affidavit of Heirship
  • Property Transfers
  • Disputes with Creditors or Health Care Providers
  • Petitioning to appoint an Executor or an Administrator of the estate
  • Heirship and Claim Administration
  • Determination of or Challenges to Heirship 
  • Contested Estate Litigation
  • Sale of Real Estate and / or Personal Property
  • Spousal Rights and Elective Share Proceedings
By blending creativity, in-depth knowledge, and an unwavering sense of dedication, Tarick Loutfi & Associates looks to instill confidence as we guide you through the probate process and ensure that your rights and interests are protected. Visit us today.
We will handle your probate and estate matters.

Call 312-551-1105.

The information you obtain from this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters, and electronic mails. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.
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