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League City Probate

League City Probate

Navigating the probate process can be a daunting task. If you find yourself in the complex world of estate administration, our dedicated team of probate attorneys in League City is here to guide you every step of the way through Galveston County’s Probate Court system.

Expertise in Estate Administration

  • Initial Probate Filings: We assist you with the initial e-filing of the probate application in Galveston County and ensure that any original Will is physically filed with the Clerk’s office within the mandated three business days.
  • Heirship and Administration Hearings: From ensuring service of citation to filing all required affidavits and consents, we manage all the paperwork to set your heirship and/or administration hearing.
  • Asset Management: We’ll help you fulfill your role by guiding you on how to collect, maintain, and distribute the estate’s assets according to legal procedures.
  • Creditors and Claims: We advise on how to properly notify creditors, assess claims against the estate, and handle debts, ensuring compliance with Galveston County rules and Texas Estates Code.

Galveston County Probate Court Procedures

  • Advanced Document Review: The Galveston County Probate Court reviews probate prove-up hearing documents in advance. We ensure all your documents meet court standards for a smoother hearing process.
  • Timely Submissions: All documents must be on file 72 hours prior to the hearing. We manage these deadlines diligently to avoid any delays or resets.

Important Contacts

Our well-established relationship with the Galveston County Probate Court officials ensures a more streamlined process for you:

  • Probate Court Judge: Kimberly Sullivan
  • Court Administrator: Annaya Martin
  • Guardianship Investigator: Debbie Diaz
  • Court Coordinator: Christine Welsh
  • Court Auditor: Errol Jones

Compliance and Reporting

  • Court Mandated Oaths and Affidavits: We help prepare and file these essential documents in compliance with court requirements.
  • Inventory and Reporting: Timely and accurate filing of inventory, appraisement, and list of claims, to fulfill your legal obligations under the Texas Estates Code.

Why Choose Us?

  • Local Focus: As League City specialists, we are familiar with local nuances and have an established network to help expedite the probate process.
  • Extensive Experience: Our attorneys have years of focused experience dealing with the intricacies of Galveston County’s probate system.
  • Client-Centric Approach: We understand that estate administration is often undertaken during emotionally stressful times. Our aim is to alleviate this stress through our expert legal assistance.

Contact us today to arrange a FREE consultation and make the probate process simpler for you.

Our League City Probate Attorneys provide a full range of probate services to our clients, including helping with probate administrations. Affordable rates, fixed fees, and payment plans are available. We provide step-by-step instructions, guidance, checklists, and more for completing the probate process. We have years of combined experience we can use to support and guide you with probate and estate matters.


Disclaimer:  The content of this website is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice and should not be acted upon without consulting a qualified probate attorney.


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