If your loved one has left a will, Morris Ostrom Law can help you through the process of validating the will to make sure the wishes of the deceased are honored. Our probate attorneys will evaluate the situation and bring to bear our extensive experience with the Texas Probate Code to provide maximum value to the estate’s heirs.
If you listen to companies that sell trusts in order to bypass the probate process, you would think that probating a will is a difficult undertaking. In fact, in the state of Texas, it is a very straightforward process.
The amount of work to probate a will depends on the individual circumstances surrounding the estate. Morris Ostrom Law can help you navigate the variables to find out the right solution for your situation – whether that is probating the will and obtaining letters testamentary in order to transfer ownership from the deceased to the heirs, or probating the will as muniment of title.
If you’ve been named as executor of a will, we will work with you to fulfill your promise to your loved one. With our help, you can be assured that you’re receiving quality counsel, and taking the appropriate action to settle your loved one’s affairs swiftly and with dignity.
Even with a valid will there are time limitations for the probate process. Contact us today to begin the process.