I represent executors, personal representatives, administrators, and family members in probate matters in Smith County, and across East Texas.
The death of a loved can have devastating emotional effects on spouses, children, grandchildren, and other family members. There are also significant and time-sensitive legal issues that must be addressed in order to settle the estate of your lost loved one. I provide legal representation to family members, executors, and administrators during this time to advise and guide them through the probate process.
Whether you are a family member, executor, or administrator, you can trust me to guide you through the probate process. In addition to regularly meetings to keep you updated on the matter and make sure the estate administration is proceeding, I provide probate clients with written guidance to instruct and assist you in dealing with third parties during the probate process. I will help you understand a complicated legal area and explain your rights, duties, and options so that you may make informed decisions throughout the probate process. You should expect – and I will – respond to client inquiries in a timely manner, usually within 24 hours.
Many times people are appointed executor under the terms of a will but have no idea how to start the process of probating the will
When someone passes away without a will, family members are often left unsure what to do when it comes to settling the person’s estate. In
Financial interests and dealing with the emotional loss of a loved one can combine to create tension, dispute, and destruction in family relationships. Family members
A Muniment of Title is an alternative method of probating a will that is unique to Texas. Probating a will as a Muniment of Title
I put together this list of terms with easy to understand definitions (I hope) and examples for my probate clients so that they could