Probate Attorney in Texas
Providing Compassionate Representation When You Need It Most
Following the death of a loved one, their assets are often re-distributed through a process called probate. That process does require court involvement. If the individual did not have a will, the probate process can be much more costly and take significantly more time to complete. Managing probate can be extremely complicated and difficult to navigate without the assistance of an attorney.
With seasoned probate attorneys, we can guide you through the process and work toward making sure that your loved one’s assets are being divided properly. Even if your loved one had a will or trust, you may be required to contact the court regarding the division of assets.
- Matt Gilpin, at McCathern, can assist you with:
- Taking inventory of the estate's assets
- Filing all necessary documentation
- Discerning any possible debt or creditor claims
- Distributing any assets to any potential beneficiaries
An Honest Approach to Probate
In the event that there is no will present following the death of your loved one, there may be a dispute between potential beneficiaries regarding asset distribution, personal responsibility, and various other topics. To resolve these issues, it’s likely in your best interest to enlist the help of an experienced lawyer. As a dedicated probate attorney, I have the knowledge to navigate the complex waters of probate law. I believe strongly that every client deserves to be treated with respect and compassion, and will always be upfront with you regarding the status of your case.