Is Probate Necessary In Texas?
For the most part, the majority of estates go through some kind of probate, as it’s the official way to settle an estate and transfer titles. Some assets don’t go through the probate process, and if done properly, they rely only on contract law.
How Does Texas Handle Businesses In Estates?
When a person dies and has a business, you will need the help of an experienced probate lawyer to help you deal with the business’ interests. Pratt Law Group has highly-knowledgeable probate lawyers who can handle any kind of estate planning that also includes businesses or other high-value assets.
We will look at any business a person has left behind, so heirs can rightly assume the benefits of securing their futures. This may include:
Fairly dividing business interests
Every situation is different, so an expert probate lawyer is necessary to get the results you want.
Contested Wills In Texas
With combined experience of more than 75 years, we have helped clients who want to contest a relative’s will. We are proud to have offered our probate services and fiduciary defense, including trustees and executors.
You should never try to contest a will yourself; the issue can be rather tricky. You will need evidence to ensure your case is successful.
We have experienced probate attorneys who can help you with the probate process – from beginning to end. We work with our clients, keeping them updated on the status of the case and how things will go. This helps them continue with their lives and feel assured that the wishes of their loved ones will be carried out.