Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult things we go through in our lives. There are many laws that guide how an estate is to be handled. Failure to follow these laws could result in significant difficulties later. Whether your loved one had a will or not, you still need the assistance of an experienced attorney to help you through the process.
But probate law covers so much more than dealing with the belongings of your loved one. You also need an experienced attorney to assist you with estate planning. This consists not only of a Last Will and Testament (your will) but knowing whether you should have a living will, a financial power of attorney or a health care power of attorney. An experienced attorney can also help you create an estate plan that would avoid your loved ones having to go through the Court process.
Also, if you have an adult in your life who can no longer live alone, who is struggling with memory loss, or who is struggling with making good decisions for themselves, an experienced probate attorney can help you get the court authority to protect and make decisions for that loved one. Call us and schedule an appointment today. Your initial consultation is always free. We are here to serve people in their time of need. (936) 305-1965.
“I’ve lost both of my parents; I know how deep the sorrow can run. I also had to deal with ‘family drama’ after their deaths. I know how grief and greed can tear a family apart following the death of a loved one.”
Jennie m. hyatt