Drawing up Estate Inventories and Structuring Estates
It is necessary to initially examine the estate assets with the target of structuring them in such
a way that they can be used for the purpose intended by the decedent. The more intense the preparatory phase, the less problematic the settlement of the estate.
Voluminous estates cannot always be promptly distributed and they are often not meant to be. Consequently, it frequently becomes necessary to manage an estate over several years,
such management – geared toward compliance with the intentions of the decedent – to take into account the interests of the heirs and legatees as well as possible changes in the legal, economic and tax realities.