Areas of Practice | T Jeff Stein Probate Attorney

The following list of items are area of practice for the law firm of T. Jeff Stein:



Probate Administration

The probate process helps you transfer your estate in an orderly and supervised manner. Your estate must be dispersed in a certain manner (your debts and taxes paid before your beneficiaries receive their inheritance, for example). Think of the probate process as the “script” that guides the orderly transfer of your estate according to the rules.

  • Wills   – Simple or complex Will for tax avoidance
  • Living Wills
  • Advance Directives

Estate Administration

Estate planning is one of the most important steps any person can take to make sure that their final property and health care wishes are honored, and that loved ones are provided for in their absence.

  • Probate Wills
  • Open an estate without a Will
  • Will contests

Elder Care Law

Elder Care Law is a relatively new, specialized field of law that deals with the issues faced by the fastest growing segment in the U.S population, the elderly. This area of law combines elements of estate planning, Will and trusts, conservatorships, guardianships, health care planning, Medicare/Medicaid planning, and elder rights. Any definition of elder law must also recognize the very specific problems, such as disputes concerning Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, elder abuse, nursing homes, and others, which are specific to an elderly clientele.



Trusts are a very common way of dealing with a range of personal choice, family or business options. After you have some additional insights into trusts and their uses, you may come to the conclusion that one or a number of trust options could meet your financial, estate and tax-planning needs.

  • Revocable
  • Irrevocable
  • Living
  • Testamentary
  • Charitable trust


Wills are legally binding documents that state exactly what should happen in the event of a person’s death. Wills are meant to protect a person’s money, physical property, and children.

Real Estate Law

The practice area of real estate and property law deals with a variety of related issues, including the following: rights and interests in real estate and real property; sales, purchases and other transfers of real estate and real property; legal aspects of rental property and landlord issues; tenants’, renters’ and homeowners’ rights; title to real property; settlement of claims against property rights; property development; zoning and land use; related agriculture issues; home loans and foreclosures; and various other relevant topics.

  • Deeds
  • Closings
  • Mortgage Foreclosures
  • Easements
  • Boundary Line Disputes
  • Subdivision Development
  • Landlord-Tenant
  • Title Searches
  • Tax Sales/Redemptions


Mr. Stein has been involved in medical, retail and commercial collections for more than 20 years.  The firm has represented hospitals, banks, doctors and dentists.  As a debt collector, Mr. Stein complies with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.[/wpcol_3quarter_end]


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