Probating An Estate In Texas
After an individual dies, his or her estate goes through the probate process. There are many individual tasks involved in probate (or estate administration), and the process can be confusing and time-consuming. Many families seek the assistance of a probate attorney to guide them through the process and to ensure that it is completed efficiently and in accordance with the law.
Spring, Texas, attorney Brian D. Williams guides clients in the Harris County area through the probate/estate administration process. If you have questions about the legal requirements and wish to speak to an experienced attorney about your options, please contact the firm online today.
The Probate/Estate Administration Process In Texas
The firm assists clients throughout all steps of probate in Texas, which may involve:
- Identifying the executor of the will
- Identifying assets
- Notifying creditors
- Identifying outstanding debts
- Identifying beneficiaries
- Distributing assets
If the deceased did not have a will (which is known as "dying intestate"), the state determines how the estate will be divided. If you have questions about the probate process when there is no will, talk to a Harris County probate attorney.
Brian D. Williams, Attorney at Law, has in-depth knowledge of the probate process and all the steps involved. Whether you anticipate a straightforward process or disagreements along the way, it is important to have an experienced attorney on your side to help guide you through all of the tasks involved.
Contact A Spring Attorney For Estate Administration Assistance
For help through the probate/estate administration process in Texas, please call 832-717-0678 or send us an email today.