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Kalispell Probate Lawyer

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When someone dies, his or her property often must pass through the probate process. At Tanko Law Office, Brian Tanko approaches probate in Montana and Nevada with one purpose in mind — administering probate correctly, yet quickly. Contact Brian at 406-257-3711 or via his online form to find out more about his approach to the probate process.

What Is Probate?

Probate is the process of transferring someone’s property and assets after he or she dies. This process is supervised by the probate court. Because of the court’s involvement, there are many filings that need to be made. Brian works hard to make this process as simple as possible for his clients, and he tries to ensure that the transfer of property goes smoothly.

Occasionally, the cost of the probate becomes an issue. When administration of the probate process is not done correctly or when there is litigation among heirs or creditors, probate cases can go on for years. This inefficient administration can drive up probate costs exponentially.

Kalispell Probate Attorney

At the Tanko Law Office, Brian strives to minimize litigation and to make sure that the estate is properly administered. This careful approach means that the probate process typically moves much more quickly, and that the cost to Brian’s clients is minimized. Brian has experience with both Montana probate law and Nevada probate law.

Through his numerous years of probate practice, Brian’s thoughtful approach to probate has saved his clients hundreds of thousands of dollars in probate costs. He finds probate work especially fulfilling — he enjoys knowing that his clients often have peace of mind after he explains the probate process and helps them move the process along in an effective and timely manner.

Contact the Firm

Tanko Law Office maintains flexible hours to accommodate its clients in both Montana and Nevada. Call 406-257-3711 or use the online contact form to schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer at a time that is convenient for you.


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