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When a loved one dies, the profound sense of loss can be overwhelming. And if you’re the executor of your loved one’s estate, or if they didn’t have a will, things are even more complicated. Help is available through guidance and assistance from your Tyler, TX probate attorney.
Your Probate Specialist
Work with a dedicated probate specialist who knows probate court rules, forms, procedures, court officials, and probate complications.
Peace of Mind
Losing someone creates enough stress. A trustworthy probate attorney shoulders legal responsibilities while keeping you in the loop.
People who try to handle things themselves experience a steep, frustrating learning curve. With a probate lawyer, you don’t have to learn by trial and error.
Freedom from Liability
With a process that’s so complex, it’s easy to make errors. An experienced probate attorney gets things right the first time, and if they make a mistake, it’s on them.
Have a Question?
We have answered some of the most frequently asked questions about probate here. Plus, we’re available by phone Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Fridays from 9 a.m. till noon if you’d like to schedule an appointment.
What is probate?
Probate is a legal process that happens after someone dies that involves:
- Proving a document really is their last testament and that it’s valid.
- Specifying what the deceased’s property includes.
- Appraising that property to obtain an accurate, current value.
- Paying any outstanding debts and taxes.
- Distributing what’s left according to the will or, if there’s no will, according to state law.
Typically probate includes a significant amount of legal paperwork and court appearances.
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Take the guesswork and fear out of the process. Schedule an appointment to find out what to expect and learn about our straightforward pricing.
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