Scheduling Open
3010 LBJ Freeway, Suite 1200
Dallas, Texas 75234


Probate Administration

Administering an estate can be a complex and time-consuming task. Our skilled Dallas probate attorneys are here to alleviate the burden and guide you through the probate administration process. From gathering assets and paying debts to distributing inheritances, we ensure that the wishes of the deceased are honored. Schedule an online consultation with our knowledgeable team and let us handle the intricacies of probate administration, giving you peace of mind during this challenging time.

115 things to look for in a probate attorney
When it comes to selecting a Texas probate attorney, there are many things to consider. Probate is the legal process of administering an estate after someone passes away and involves complex and detailed work. You need an attorney who understands your needs, is knowledgeable about Texas law and has the experience necessary to handle your...
11signature on legal document
Probating a will is the process of proving the validity of a will in court. It is generally required when someone dies with assets in their name that need to be transferred to beneficiaries. The probate process can be complicated, so it is important to have an experienced attorney by your side. If you are...
11get information after death
After someone dies, their bank accounts, financial assets, and mortgage information do not automatically go to the next of kin. In Texas, the process for getting this information is not as straightforward as one might think. In this blog post, we will explore how to get bank, financial, and mortgage information in Texas after someone...
11What is probate court
Introduction When it comes to probate, property division can be a complex and contentious issue. If you and your spouse own property in more than one state, the question of which state’s laws will govern the division of that property can become even more complicated. In this blog post, we will explore the concept of...
11change will after signature
Introduction You’ve finally done it. After months of planning and preparation, you have executed your will. But what happens if you need to make a change? Can you simply cross something out and initial it? What if you want to add or delete a beneficiary? The law surrounding wills is complex, and it varies from...
11probate a will in dallas texas
Introduction Probate is a process that is used to distribute an individual’s assets after they die. In order to start the Probate process, you will need to file a petition with the court in Dallas, Texas. This article will provide you with all the information you need to file your petition and go through the...
11Passes Away Without a Will in Texas
A structured settlement is a type of annuity that is typically used to resolve personal injury claims. In Texas, if you have reached a settlement in your personal injury case, you may be able to transfer your structured settlement payments to another party. This process is known as a “request for transfer.” What is a...
11texas small estate affidavit
If you need to settle the estate of a loved one who passed away without a will in Texas, you’ll need to file a Texas small estate affidavit. This document essentially allows you to transfer the deceased person’s property to their heirs without going through probate. Keep reading to learn more about how to file...
11When Do Probate Courts Not Hear Probate Issues?
Introduction Probate is a process by which an administrator (the executor) of an estate (the decedent’s property) distribute the estate’s assets to the decedent’s beneficiaries. In Texas, probate is handled by the Texas State Probate Office. There are at least five types of probate (more if you count the various permutations such as testate dependent,...
11Standard of Sound Mind to Execute a Valid Will
Who will serve as personal representative after you’ve passed on? Many people think about this while planning their estate, but it’s important to know who is eligible to serve and who will serve by default if you don’t name a personal representative properly. Selecting The Personal Representative (Executor vs Administrator) Specialized knowledge, training or experience...
1 2 3 4