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Birmingham Probate Lawyer

William "Bill" F. Prosch, Jr. Attorney and Counselor at Law helps people who have recently lost a loved one and need help with probate of an estate. The job of executor is important. However, that responsibility presents challenges, particularly when legal complexities clash with emotionally charged issues involving other family members.

The Compassionate Legal Support Executors Need During Difficult Times

Mr. Prosch spends the time necessary to identify your specific needs and concerns. He collects all the necessary information and reviews the will and other documents to assess any possible problems. With attention to every detail, he prepares documents to have an executor appointed. He will remain at your side, advising you throughout every step of the process. He will maintain open lines of communication until we have a final estate settlement.

Bill Prosch's role as an adviser and counselor is never more important than when representing a family that recently experienced a tragedy. Assessing the family dynamic allows him to proactively head off conflicts and resolve disputes quickly and effectively.

He understands that cost is a common concern of his clients needing help with settlements. Responsible and efficient representation has financial benefits in the long run.

Contact Birmingham Probate Lawyer William 'Bill' F. Prosch Jr.

To schedule a free initial consultation, contact William "Bill" F. Prosch, Jr. Attorney and Counselor at Law, online or call 205-795-2032. The firm is conveniently located near the interchange of Highway 31 and I-65, across from Mark's Outdoors and behind Milo's. Consultation hours are 9 a.m. to noon and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.

Convenient Parking ♦ Off-Site Consultations Available ♦ Saturday Consultations By Appointment


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