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Fort Worth and Odessa/Midland Probate Attorney

Under Texas laws, distribution of assets upon a person’s death can be a relatively simple process, especially when the deceased had a sound will. Whether you need legal help to get through the probate process as quickly and efficiently as possible, or you are an heir or executor facing any type of dispute, we encourage you to contact our probate and estate administration lawyer for guidance.

With a sound will in place and a knowledgeable attorney on your side, the Texas probate process can often be handled in a single court appearance. Our clear goals in such cases are to protect your interests and ensure efficiency in the process of transferring assets to rightful heirs and beneficiaries.

Identifying the Best Legal Solutions for Heirs and Executors

At The Perry Law Firm, our lawyer will help you explore options and proceed with the best solution for your specific probate or estate administration needs. We are adept at handling all components of this process for our clients, including:

  • Proceeding with muniment of title and/or independent administration whenever possible, minimizing the legal challenges and costs for everyone involved
  • Securing letters testamentary through the probate process when necessary to wind up affairs involving the estate
  • Guiding you through transfers of title for real estate and other titled assets
  • Assisting you with heirship affidavits, small estate affidavits, and other specialized legal requirements

When Your Loved One Dies without a Will

If your loved one has passed away intestate – that is, without a will to establish who receives all assets and property – the estate administration process can be substantially more complex. Avoiding costly, stressful and time-consuming legal battles may well require the counsel of an experienced attorney.

Collaborative Solutions or Aggressive Representation

Our law firm is a versatile, capable resource when estate disputes are a factor in your case. This can happen whether or not there is a will, and we have experience representing individuals in will contests.

As in our other practice areas, we help those open to mediation or collaborative law solutions settle their differences and achieve resolution as amicably and affordably as possible. When you need to fight for what is right in court, we will argue your case forcefully. We encourage you to contact us today at 817-877-3933 to discuss your probate or estate administration needs.