Having a will is essential, and when someone dies and has one in place, the process of probate administration gets underway. Unfortunately, a will doesn’t immediately go into effect, and its validity must be verified before any property or assets are granted to beneficiaries. An executor is given the power to fulfill all the wishes listed in the deceased individual’s will. This position isn’t for the faint of heart. It requires an incredible amount of work, and things can get especially difficult if a party to the will doesn’t like how it’s being managed. It’s an executor’s job to protect the property listed in the will, but beneficiaries don’t always make this easy. The law firm of Lobello Lamb Lewis & Riley LLP has experienced probate administration attorneys who can help you through this process. Contact us today, and we’ll ensure your rights are protected while going through probate administration.