Scheduling Open
24x7
Location
3010 LBJ Freeway, Suite 1200
Dallas, Texas 75234

Probate Dispute Plano

Plano Probate

DFW probate attorney

While Texas probate laws carry similarities throughout the state, each probate case must go through the probate process in the respective county. It is important to understand the differences in how these cases are handed in the county in which you file. Plano differs from many cities in the fact that it lies in two different counties. When handling probate matters, it is very important to know which county you are working in. Probate and probate disputes in Plano are best handled by a skilled Plano probate attorney.

Plano Probate Courts and County Clerks

In light of the fact that Plano is in two counties, you may have many questions about how to move forward in the probate process. This is why is it important to hire a knowledgeable probate attorney. Below are some links to some helpful information in each county to help you as you move forward in your process:

Plano Probate Attorneys

Need help with a probate dispute in Plano? We are experienced probate attorneys who frequently represent clients with sensitive probate matters in the area. We know the probate courts, the County Clerk’s office, and the county probate rules in both Denton County and Collin County.

Do you need help with a probate matter in Plano or the surrounding communities? Schedule a FREE CALL below to discuss probate and probate disputes in Plano with a skilled attorney today.

Alternatively, you can always give us a call us at (469) 895-4333.

11

Can You Prove Lack of Testamentary Capacity Even If There’s No Direct Evidence?

Introduction The law in Texas is clear that a person must have the mental capacity to execute a will. A testator’s mental capacity at the time of execution can...
Read More
11

DFW Probate Law Update: If you hold a Will, Ignorance Is No Excuse

Application for Probate More Than 4 Years After Testator’s Death A will may not be submitted to probate after the fourth anniversary of a testator’s (person who made the...
Read More
11

What is a request to transfer a structured settlement 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...
Read More