After the death of a loved one, the last thing families want to think about is embarking on a legal proceeding that ties up the decedent’s affairs. In order for a will to have any legal effect, however, Texas law requires that it be admitted to probate.
The probate lawyers at McCleskey, Harriger, Brazill & Graf have decades of experience probating wills in Texas. We work with beneficiaries, executors, and administrators to help close the estate and ensure proper distribution of the decedent’s assets, according to his or her wishes.
In most cases, probating a will in Texas is a fairly smooth process. In the event of conflict, however, our probate attorneys have worked with clients to resolve those disputes. In rare cases, those disputes result in litigation. Our probate lawyers have extensive knowledge of Texas probate law and litigation and we are committed to resolving probate disputes in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Many of our clients have been with us since our founding more than 80 years ago. Those kinds of relationships are built on a foundation of trust, communication, and great service that endures over many generations of clients and attorneys. We are proud of our reputation as successful probate lawyers, but we are equally proud of being known for our integrity, compassion, community service, and the personal attention we provide every client we represent.
Contact us to learn more about our probate and estate planning services.