Probate Law

Trying to sort through a loved one’s estate without any clear direction after their passing is difficult. Without a will or some form of succession planning, many legal disputes and uncertainties can arise. When they do, contact Lyman Law Office to speak with a qualified probate lawyer in Phoenix, AZ.

We’ll guide you through the process of probate and assist you in distributing the deceased’s assets to all beneficiaries. Through our probate administration and litigation services, you can rest assured your loved one’s estate will be handled properly.

Informal Probate and Administration


For most of our clients, informal probate is the most common form of probate administration in Phoenix, AZ. This process is handled without court supervision. 

When necessary, we assist our clients with formal probate proceedings. This process is used when it becomes necessary to obtain a judicial decision about some matter.

If your loved one had the foresight to leave a will, we’ll represent the person in charge of the estate. Let us walk you through the process with clarity and confidence.

Smaller Estates

Small Estate Affidavits are effective if personal property is valued less than $75,000 or real property is less than $100,000. We can help you simplify the probate process, so you can distribute the estate and finalize affairs quickly.

Schedule a consultation with us today and get the peace of mind that comes with certainty about the future.

Probate Litigation

Sometimes there’s contention among surviving family or a dispute during the probate process. If you’re contesting a will, we represent your interests. We’ve represented clients in the event of contested wills, including in questions of capacity, concealment of assets and related issues.

Let us fight for your interests and make sure your loved one’s estate is handled fairly.

Need a Probate Lawyer?

If a family member’s recent passing has left their estate subject to probate, contact Lyman Law Office today at 602-899-6644.

We’ll advise you in the form of probate administration or take your side during probate litigation, to ensure the process is resolved smoothly and competently. Ask about guardianship and conservatorship and wills and trusts.