Tag Archives: Texas

Probate Attorneys Explain Ancillary Probate in Texas If you have a loved one who owned real estate property and has passed away, there are a lot of things to consider. When it comes to wills and trusts, the legal process can be complicated, especially if your loved one lived out-of-state. In this blog, the probate […]

The Wills and Trusts Attorneys Explain Who Can Serve as Executor If you have been named in a will as the executor of an estate in Texas, the county probate judge must decide if you are qualified to serve. Because the executor is responsible for protecting the assets, filing tax returns, paying bills, and distributing […]

Our Wills and Trusts Attorneys Explain Why You Do Not Need a Living Trust A living trust is a legal document that provides clear instructions on how one’s assets should be disbursed after death. A living trust is similar to a will but does not have to go through the probate process. In a previous […]

An Estate Attorney Answers: What Does Power of Attorney Really Mean? Most of us have heard the phrase “power of attorney”, but that does not necessarily mean everyone truly understands what it means. In a previous blog, our estate attorney covered the basics of choosing someone to give the power of attorney to, but what […]