One very neglected area of probate law that is not discussed, is the clerk-attorney relationship in the act of practicing probate law.
When it’s license to sell, formal probate, etc. all the clerk’s offices go through the paperwork with a fine-toothed comb.
The office that knows that, prepares for that, and, through consistent interaction establishes relationships with the people who OK all filing, is the one to consider.
Our specialty is probate administration. Intentionally. Because the nature and dynamic of both the laws involved, and the procedure they create is studied, examined, and brought to bear to get maximum results in minimal time.
The office is contrary to what’s out there. Here we want to get done only what is necessary, as expeditiously as possible, so as to make the cost easier to absorb.