When a loved one passes away, their estate must be examined and distributed through a process called probate. As the executor or administrator of an estate, you will need guidance from a knowledgeable legal guide to help avoid pitfalls along the way. Call for an initial consultation to get started with the probate process.
If a last will and testament has been drafted, the probate process will include admitting the will to probate and distributing assets according to the will. If there is no will, the deceased person’s heirs will inherit according to Texas intestacy laws.
An executor or administrator will be appointed, either according to the will or Texas law if no will exists, who must carryout the probate process in order to help ensure the estate is distributed appropriately.
At our firm, we pride ourselves in giving clients personal attention so that we may take them through the probate process as efficiently as possible. If you’ve been named as an executor in a will or there is no will, contact our Houston probate attorneys today. We have decades years of combined experience we can use to support and guide you.
We also take cases when clients call to probate an estate, including the following scenarios:
Probate involves two basic steps:
During the probate process, the executor or administrator and others involved should have an understanding of the elements involved:
Entering probate without proper guidance can be troublesome. You can trust that experienced and knowledgeable professionals will be working on your case, and that your loved one’s estate is treated fairly. If you want to relieve yourself of stress and ensure things go as smoothly and as swiftly as possible, call us today to see how we can help.
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