How Can A Jim Wells County Probate Attorney Help?
When a loved one dies, whether with a Will or without, probate is the legal process that results in resolving all claims of property and the assets of the deceased. A Jim Wells County probate attorney is available to provide services and advise you of any and all procedural requirements and all legal paperwork that is necessary to make the process as quick and easy as possible.A Jim Wells County probate attorney will be able to ensure that you are represented at any court proceedings that may require your attendance, as well as fulfilling many other services that are required in the probate process.
What A Probate Lawyer Does
A Jim Wells County probate attorney offers many different services. For example, estate planning, setting up guardianships, conservatorships and trusts, transferring property and drawing up a Last Will and Testament.
A Jim Wells County Probate attorney can ensure that all filing of paperwork is completed, and the attorney can also inventory and appraise any estate assets. A petition will be filed with the court to open a probate estate, but proof is needed to validate the death of the deceased. All creditors of the estate must also be notified of the death, which your probate attorney will be able to do.
Probate is a time-sensitive, time-consuming process. All paperwork must be filed within the allotted time period, including any objections to claims of the estate. The most important service of the probate attorney can provide for you is guiding you through the process, especially in the event of a contested Will or when no Will is left.
At Morris Ostrom Law, our Jim Wells County probate attorneys have a proven track record of successfully defending our clients rights in the Texas probate process. Call us today at (888) 869-9015 to discuss your probate relate matters.
Our firm provides services to clients throughout Jim Wells County including the cities of Alice, Orange Grove, Ben Bolt, Sandia, Premont, and San Diego.