The law firm's philosophy for handling a probate matter is straight forward. At Fellows & Quenzer, we strive to complete your legal situation as economically as possible while seeking to accomplish all of your defined objectives. Our goal is the same for each client, to guide the client through the probate process as economically and efficiently as possible, minimizing the emotional impact while standing firm for the legally recognized rights of our clients.We make every effort to provide pertinent information to our client to make intelligent decisions and create structures that empower the client's key objectives.

For matters involving court hearings, we attempt to maintain a cordial, professional working relationship with the other side in the case. We are polite yet firm in representing our client's best interests. In most cases, even ones where there has been a great deal of conflict, we first try to settle the case early in the matter on terms benefitting our client. We make an offer to settle each case early in the matter to try to minimize the potential financial cost of the case. If we cannot reach a reasonable agreement early in the case, we move to step two and prepare to fight for our client at trial. We continue to try to settle the case up to the moment of trial, but will not waste your money on a futile effort to settle when the sides are too far apart and it is unjust for our client to give in to the nonsensical demands of the other side. We prepare for trial to place our client in the best possible position for the Court to decide the issues along the lines wished for by our client.

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