What Does a Probate Lawyer Do?
The process of handling a loved one’s will can be complicated and chaotic for family members. If there are any challenges to the will in question, an experienced attorney can help manage the case. Undergoing probate with a professional can be helpful if an estate is complex or if the heirs need assistance. Probate can be time-consuming, especially if you are unsure of how the process works.
A lawyer can also help you prepare all the documents required for probate court, take care of any debts, and properly distribute the assets of the estate. If you have been named the executor or administrator of a loved one’s will, having the help of a probate attorney can help you better understand your rights and responsibilities.
Additionally, a probate lawyer can help you draft your own last will and testament so that you know your family members will be taken care of after your passing. This can include protecting inheritances and planning trusts. Having legal counsel in handling both your will and a loved one’s will can simplify the proceedings and help settle any disputes.
If you need an experienced Texas probate lawyer, call LaHood Law today. We are here to help you navigate this process and ensure that your case is carried out fairly and responsibly.
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