Your Guides For Probate And Estate Administration

When a loved one passes away, surviving family members are seldom ready to dive into the complexities of probate law. At the Law Office of Thomas B. Schway, we take the legal burden off of our clients' shoulders so that they can concentrate on other things.

Our attorneys maintain a compassionate and comforting law office in Oakdale, just outside of Saint Paul. We are a not a large, intimidating law office that will never have time for you — we have intentionally kept our offices small and client-centered for more than 30 years. Call us at 888-556-3551 to set up a free initial consultation with one of our attorneys.

What Is Probate?

Probate is the process by which the courts prove the validity of the will and allow the wishes of your loved ones to be carried out. The probate and estate administration is a detailed process, with many specific duties to be performed at specific times. A simple mistake can cause long delays in the disbursement of estates.

Leave the details to the lawyers of the Law Office of Thomas B. Schway. We work with estates of all sizes, whether or not there is a will, we will assist you in administering the estate and distributing the assets. We offer practical, experienced advice at a reasonable price.

Will Contests

Another reason to hire a lawyer to handle probate and estate administration matters is in case of a will contest. Often, probate proceedings will hit a snag, as disputes arise over the distribution of an estate or the contents of a will.

At the Law Office of Thomas B. Schway, we are also experienced at dealing with contested wills. If you need to contest a will, we are ready to litigate on your behalf if necessary. And we can also help anyone else who needs estate-planning advice.

Contact Us For All Of Your Estate Planning Needs In Minnesota

Please contact our helpful lawyers for your estate planning and probate needs. Call us at 888-556-3551 or contact us online. We can meet with you in our convenient Oakdale law offices or make arrangements to meet elsewhere.