Estate Administration - David Nachand Attorney, Jeffersonville, IndianaEstate Administration- Upon the death of a person his or her estate needs to be collected and managed. The decedent’s bills need to be paid and assets are liquidated and/or distributed to heirs in accordance with a will or under Indiana Intestate Law. In most cases a Court appoints a Personal Representative (termed an Executor if a Will is involved or an Administrator if the Decedent died intestate) with authority to act on behalf of the estate.

Estate Administration also involves applying the best and most appropriate Indiana Estate Law procedure in order to handle each estate. Estate Administration is normally a multistage procedure in which compliance with law and Court procedures are required.

Estate Planning


  • Simple or Complex Wills
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  • Powers of Attorney
  • Healthcare Directives
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Real Estate


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