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What Does A Real County Probate Attorney Do?
Probate attorneys, generally speaking, are attorneys who deal in the division of assets and the filing of paperwork that pertains to an individual’s death. A Real County probate attorney can help families deal deal with these legal issues. When a person dies, there are debts and assets to be dealt with. These are put into an estate, which is administered by a probate court. At this time, most families find it highly beneficial to have a Real County probate attorney to guide them through the process of resolving the estate. Whether it be a simple division of assets in accordance with the decedent’s Will or a large, complex estate with no Will or a contested Will, the advice and legal aid of an experienced professional can make a difficult time much easier.
Real County Probate Attorney Services
A Real County probate attorney can help with the many different aspects of legal proceedings pertaining to the death of a loved one. Probate attorneys offer services that include:
- Drawing up a Will.
- Estate planning.
- The inventory and dividing of estate assets.
- Legal notification of death to the courts and creditors.
- All court proceedings and paperwork.
These services can help a family through the grieving process without having to simultaneously deal with the legal filings and paperwork that go along with the death of a loved one. Additionally, a Real County probate attorney can help in setting up guardianships, estate tax issues, and other areas of inheritance law.
In most cases, the probate process should be easy with the help of an attorney. However, there are unfortunately people who will try to take advantage of the death of a loved one for personal gain. In these cases, it is especially important to have a Real County probate attorney to fight for your rights, and the wishes of the decedent.
Real County probate attorney Keith Morris has a proven track record of success in helping our clients through the probate process. Call (713) 636-5339 in Houston and (817) 442-2048 in Fort Worth today for a consultation.
Our firm provides services to clients throughout Real County including the cities of Camp Wood, Leakey, and Rio Frio.
Estate Administration Case Dispute Resolved
Successfully resolved case between two siblings fighting over cash and personal property of their father.
Probate Case Successful Verdict
Obtained verdict for daughter that reunited with her father after being estranged and offered will for probate but was contested by her sister.
Guardianship Case Case Won
Won trial to exclude wife to serve as guardian of gentleman she married that was at least twice her age.
Multi-Million Dollar Estate Case Six-Figure Settlement Reached
Obtained six-figure settlement after jury was seated for adopted child in multi-million dollar estate case after adoption was disputed.
Estate Administration & Division of Assets Dispute Resolved
Resolved highly contentious ongoing dispute over father’s estate and division of assets between son and daughter.
Multi-Million Dollar International Estate Settlement Reached
Successfully negotiated settlement between surviving spouse and foreign advisers in multi-million dollar international estate.
Multi-Million Dollar Trust Dispute Won Summary Judgment
Won summary judgment for prominent South Texas family in multi-million-dollar trust dispute over real property.
Evidentiary Hearing Hearing Won
Won lengthy evidentiary hearing to prove client was not in contempt of court to avoid sanction or jail time.
If you call Keith Morris, he will personally pick up the phone and handle your case with the attention it deserves.
Your first free case evaluation with us can be done through video conference, phone call, or an in-person meeting.
Keith Morris is proud to be the litigator that takes on the most complicated and difficult cases to court and getting his clients optimal results.
With over 20 years of legal experience, Keith Morris has devoted his efforts to sharpening his skills in probate, trust, and estate planning and litigation.