Probate law is the legal process of administering the estate of an individual who has died. The probate process can be very complicated and confusing because there are many steps that need to be taken in order to complete it.
The first step in the probate process is determining if the deceased person had a will or not. If they did, then their will dictates what happens with their assets and property. If they did not have a will, then state law dictates what happens with their assets and property.
The process of probating an estate requires the executor or personal representative of the deceased’s estate to file a petition with the court and follow certain procedures in order to gain permission to distribute assets according to the will or state law.
They focus their practice on wills, trusts, advance directives, estate planning, guardianships, and probate. They have almost 10 years of legal experience handling estate planning, probate & guardianship legal matters for clients in Allen, Frisco, McKinney, Plano and throughout Collin, Dallas and Denton counties.
In addition to their practice, they writes and lectures for local and state bar associations, and at legal seminars. When someone passes away, they may leave behind a number of assets. These can include personal belongings like investments or clothes as well as real estate holdings. It may therefore be necessary to appoint an executor who will be in charge of disbursing these items after the death has occurred to appointed beneficiaries. This is where a probate attorney in Allen TX or other areas can help.
Randall B. Warmbrodt of Warmbrodt & Associates, in Allen, provide sound legal advice and solid support on a broad range of family law matters for clients in Collin County and the Dallas Metroplex — including Allen, Plano, Frisco, McKinney — and throughout North Texas.
During their caring lawyers’ more than 35 years of combined service, Warmbrodt & Associates has built a track record of success and made a positive difference in the lives of individuals and couples, parents and grandparents. They excel at skillful negotiation, mediation and litigation of family disputes and recommend strategies designed to transition you to a brighter post-litigation future.