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Probate Estate Administration

The first several weeks and months after a beloved family member passes away can be overwhelming. There are many tasks to do, and most in a short period of time. With our 45 years of combined legal experience, our probate attorneys will guide you every step of the way. We will advise you of the appropriate legal process, facilitate distribution of assets, and act as intermediary with beneficiaries. Our probate attorneys located in Clear Lake advise clients for decedents who died in Harris County, Galveston County or Brazoria County. If you are an Executor, Trustee or beneficiary of an estate learn more about our Texas probate services. Read More...

FAQ Probate

There can be a lot of unnecessary confusion for the family about probate and estate administration, what to do after someone passes away, and how to distribute assets to the beneficiaries. See our FAQs for answers. Read More...

Executor and Trustee Duties

The Executor is responsible for administering the deceased person’s estate. Legal documents have to be filed in the probate courts in a timely manner. Most executors lack the time and resources to personally administer the estate. Assets remaining after certain debts are paid must be distributed in accordance with the Will or intestate laws of Texas if decedent died without a Will. Read More...

Guardianship of Incapacitated Person

If you have a disabled or special needs child who will be turning 18 years of age that you want to continue care for, you may need a guardianship. The purpose of the guardianship is to give you the legal authority to continue to provide for the daily care and financial needs of the adult child. Read More...