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Providing You With Probate And Trust Administration

Put our 28 years of experience to work for you when it comes to matters of probate, guardianship, and trust administration. Our years of experience in all aspects of elder law give us the insight and knowledge to ensure that your estate will be cared for according to your wishes.


Unlike many others, we provide the personal touch and establish lasting ties with our clients. We understand that it can become more difficult as we grow older to come to our offices for appointments, which is why we can come to you for consultations. Contact Law Office of Robert E. Sharbaugh, PA. for more information about how we can assist you.


We can handle the adversities and complications of a case. Probate administration involves many processes, including submitting the last will and testament, having a personal representative appointed, collecting and organizing the decedent’s sole-named property, and preparing an inventory.

Probate is a court-supervised process that serves to account for and to distribute an estate's assets after a loved one has passed. This can often be a difficult, expensive, and lengthy process, even when there exists a valid will. We have the experience and the knowledge needed to steer you through this often confusing probate process, having represented many of our clients through probate over the past 28 years.

How does probate differ from trust administration?

Trust administration differs from probate. Trusts ensure that your loved one’s wishes are carried out and their assets are protected. Administering a trust on your own and staying in compliance with the law can be difficult, especially during times of grief, and changes after your loved one passes on.


Our firm has the experience needed to be able to navigate you through the steps required with the notification of beneficiaries, dealing with assets and properties, existing debts and taxes, accounts, and the final distribution of assets as specified by the trust documents.

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