Probate & Estate Administration
The loss of a loved one is a difficult time. The attorneys and staff of Loveland | Grace | Hurley, PLLC understand the grief that follows a death and are sympathetic to your needs. We are honored our clients choose us to help them through these difficulty life journeys.
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Probate & Estate Administration Process
Probate and Estate Administration can be a complicated, time-consuming process. But it doesn’t have to be stressful if you have a good advisor by your side. When a death happens, a probate attorney can assist you with determining whether probate is necessary and what type of estate administration can be accomplished given estate assets and debts, and the family relationships involved.
Our experienced probate attorneys appear regularly appear before the statutory probate courts in Dallas, Collin, Denton, and Tarrant Counties in a variety of probate proceedings and know just what these courts expect. We use our knowledge and experience about the probate courts to guide our clients through a complex process with peace of mind.
Representative Probate & Estate Administration Experience of Our Firm Attorneys
- Probate of a Will with Letters Testamentary
- Probate of a Will as a Muniment of Title
- Probate without a Will (Determination of Heirship)
- Independent Administration of an Estate by Agreement of the Heirs or Beneficiaries
- Dependent Administrations for Insolvent Estates or Estates involving Minor Children
- Family Settlement Agreements between beneficiaries and legal heirs
- Probate alternatives such as Small Estate Affidavits and Affidavits of Heirship
- Estate Administration Disputes
- Will Contests
- Declaratory judgment actions related to probate proceedings