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Texas Wills Attorney
When you are dealing with preparation of your will or probate issues, you want an attorney who will help you understand the complicated and often confusing laws that govern these areas. Whether you are writing a will or in the middle of an estate administration proceeding, you will have to make important decisions regarding the distribution of assets and property. At Henley & Henley, P.C., our legal counsel can help you make smart decisions.
If you have any questions regarding probate or estate administration, contact an experienced attorney at Henley & Henley, P.C. immediately. We advise clients regarding a variety of issues, such as:
- Probate proceedings
- Heirship proceedings
- Heirship affidavits
- Special needs trusts
- Financial powers of attorney
- Medical powers of attorneys and medical directives
- Elder law issues
When should you seek the advice of a probate lawyer?
Most people believe that planning your will and distribution of your estate is for people nearing retirement and for the elderly. In fact, there are many events in life other than retirement that call for the advice of an experienced probate attorney, including divorce, remarriage, the birth of a child, the sale of real estate or personal property, or the acquisition of a business. Henley & Henley, P.C. can help you protect your assets and ensure that they will be distributed according to your wishes.
Helping clients during probate and estate administration
The process of probate and estate administration is a very stressful time for many people. Disputes between family members regarding the distribution of assets can cause strained emotions and frustration. We know how much you want to see your loved one’s wishes carried out. We use that experience to help clients understand and resolve probate issues.
Contact a Texas will and probate attorney
If you are dealing with questions on how will or probate issues should be handled, contact Henley & Henley, P.C. to discuss your options with an experienced attorney. We can be reached by telephone, fax, or by filling out our quick contact form.