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What Our Clients Say

★ ★ ★ ★ ★

I spoke with Attorney Mitchell this morning regarding the probate laws in Texas, as I live in California. He explained to me the laws and gave me the options needed to proceed. No question was a stupid one and I appreciate his professionalism. I recommend Attorney Mitchell’s services to anyone in need of a Probate Attorney in Houston.

Kim W.

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To assist me with my complex probate dispute, the team was very attentive and supportive. They helped me to understand how and why delegate probate situations end up the way they do. They were very good at communicating the process every step of the way and advising me of potential contingencies. I thank the entire team for being there for me and my family.

John C.

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This Houston probate attorney firm was very proficient. When my father-in-law died, I doubted his will and wanted to validate it. The validation had been simple and easy in no way. One of the professionals guided me with effective steps and I am glad to prove my point fairly well.

Wilson D.

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After my Grandmother passed away, I found that I needed to hire an attorney who could help me through the estate process. The Houston Probate Attorneys at Kreig LLC have been fantastic and have guided me through the entire process. I am very grateful for their genuine concern for their clients And how hard they work to do what is best for us.

Alex T.

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They were very proactive in helping me out having to fully probate the estate. Very friendly attitude, they answered all my questions. Additionally, they displayed excellent negotiation in settling my case. I highly recommend these Houston probate attorneys to those who want professional guidance to solving probate questions in Houston.

James B.

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Very supportive attorneys with great experience! I would recommend them to everyone seeking help for probate issues in Houston. Kreig did a wonderful job for me to handle my tricky estate tax situation. Thanks a lot!

Antonio D.

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I live in Houston; I was searching for an estate planning attorney to get my property sorted. My friend recommended me to an attorney at Kreig LLC and, yes, they are really helpful and very experienced estate planning attorneys. Thank you so much.

Gregor R.

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I would thank my friend who suggested the lawyers of Kreig LLC. They are the best Houston Probate Attorneys you can hire. The lawyers are really superior to any other attorney around in Houston. Our estate probate was never taken up by the court due to many stumbling blocks. Even after hiring professionals, it didn’t come to any conclusion. But the day we met experts at Houston Probate Attorney, the proceedings got simplified with each passing day. I am grateful!

Harold S.

Our Houston 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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