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The probate process in Texas is nuanced and often confusing, particularly when you’re dealing with the loss of a loved one. Our team of probate attorneys in Texas City are committed to handling cases and guiding clients through the intricacies of the Galveston County Probate Court system.
Initial Probate Filings: We help with the initial submission of the probate application in Galveston County, and we also make sure to physically file any original Will with the Clerk’s office, as required, within three business days.
Heirship and Administration Hearings: Our team handles all the necessary paperwork, from ensuring service of citation to filing affidavits and consents, to setting up your heirship and/or administration hearing seamlessly.
Asset Management: To help you fulfill your role as an executor or administrator, we guide you through the process of collecting, safeguarding, and distributing the estate’s assets in compliance with the law.
Creditors and Claims: Our lawyers counsel you on notifying creditors, evaluating claims against the estate, and settling debts, all in adherence to Galveston County regulations and the Texas Estates Code.
Advanced Document Review: We ensure your probate prove-up hearing documents meet the Galveston County Probate Court’s standards through an advance review.
Timely Submissions: We manage all deadlines, trying to ensure that all documents are filed at least 72 hours before the scheduled hearing, to prevent any delays or setbacks.
Our established relationships with Galveston County Probate Court officials make the process smoother 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: Our team assists in the preparation and filing of crucial documents in line with court requirements.
Inventory and Reporting: We manage the accurate and punctual filing of inventory, appraisement, and lists of claims to meet your legal obligations under Texas Estates Code.
Local Expertise: Focus on probate and assisting clients in Texas City, we understand local peculiarities and leverage our established network to expedite the probate process.
Vast Experience: Our attorneys bring years of dedicated experience in navigating Galveston County’s probate system.
Client-Centered Approach: We recognize the emotional stress often associated with estate administration. Our objective is to alleviate this stress by providing you with top-notch legal support.
Contact us today to arrange a consultation and make the probate process simpler for you.
Our Texas 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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