Wills, trusts, and probate attorneys help people create and revise wills, living trusts, revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts, special needs trusts, spendthrift trusts, and provisions for minor children. You will also find law experts who handle durable powers of attorney, living wills, and health care powers of attorney. Wills, trusts and probate attorneys can file with the probate court to admit a will or codicil to probate. They can file on behalf of an executor, personal representative, or beneficiary. They can work will contests to object to probate. Wills, trusts and probate attorneys also help people deal with estates of those who have died intestate (without a will). They can assist in applying to the probate judge to appoint an administrator or other personal representative. They assist in the distribution of an estate to beneficiaries or their guardians.