Planning for the protection of your loved ones after your death is a personal and sometimes confidential process when it comes to wills and probate.
When it comes to protecting your loved ones, planning for their future after your death can be a daunting task. That’s why having an experienced lawyer to help you with trust and estate administration and probate court matters is so important.
No matter the complexity of your estate, we’ve got the knowledge and skillset necessary to answer all of your questions and ensure that things are done properly in Texas. Don’t let the uncertainty of this future keep you up at night—we’ll be here to guide you through and make sure that everything is taken care of for those who mean the most in your life.
EXPERIENCE IN WILLS AND TEXAS PROBATE MATTERS
Our experienced will and probate lawyers can help you with probate court matters as well as trust and estate administration.
We’re here to assist you and answer any questions you may have about the process here in Texas.
Before recommending the most appropriate estate plan, our lawyers take the time to speak with you and understand your hopes and concerns.
This personalized attention enables Blizzard & Zimmerman Attorneys to craft comprehensive estate plans based on your wishes and family situation. Contact our office today to schedule a one-on-one appointment with a lawyer to discuss setting up your will, health care directives, and power of attorney.
If your loved one has a will we can review the will to make sure it was written in their best interest.
It’s important to have a trustworthy, compassionate lawyer who knows the best way to achieve your goals.
With the lawyers and staff at Blizzard & Zimmerman Attorneys as your ally, you have the power to protect your family after your death.
We work directly with executors and administrators to ensure compliance with the Texas Estates Code.
TRUSTED WILL AND PROBATE LAWYERS IN ABILENE, TX
- Filing the Will, applying for Probate
- Will Validation
- The Cataloging of Assets
- Identifying beneficiaries
- Notifying Creditors
- Resolving Disputes
- Distributing Assets
- Getting court authority for the administration of the estate
- Preventing theft of estate property.
- Finding and securing the decedent’s assets.
- Getting the decedent’s property appraised.
- Determining whether any estate taxes are owed.
Before recommending the most appropriate estate plan, our lawyers sit down with you and take the time to speak with you and understand your hopes and concerns.
This personalized attention enables Blizzard & Zimmerman Attorneys to craft comprehensive estate plans based on your wishes and family situation.
Contact our office today to schedule an appointment to sit down one-on-one with one of our lawyers to review your options.
If a loved one has recently passed away, it can be an overwhelming and emotional time for everyone, especially if they had any debts that need to be settled or assets that need to be distributed. Speaking with an attorney is also a better way to handle your will rather than taking chances with a free online will or a legal zoom will that’s cookie-cutter and may not adequately address your situation or your wishes.
The process of dividing assets and settling debts can be complicated and exhausting for the executor of the will (or the administering of the estate, in the absence of a will). Hiring a probate lawyer will help ease the complicated process faced by the executor of the estate and any surviving family members.
We can provide answers to the questions you have about wills and probate.
- Do you need probate if there is a will?
- How long does it take to get probate?
- For Probate what is community property in Texas?
- How long does probate take without a will?
- If you have a will do you need probate?
- How long to settle an estate?
- Do I need a probate attorney?
- Can I do probate myself?
- What is community property in Texas when it comes to probate?
- Does a revocable trust avoid probate?
- Does naming a beneficiary avoid probate?
- Contesting probate no will?
- Do irrevocable trusts avoid probate?
- Do testamentary trusts avoid probate?
- Do you need probate if there is a surviving spouse?
- My loved one left a handwritten will, is this a holographic will?
OUR NEGOTIATION EXPERIENCE CAN HELP
We also have critical litigation experience in the courtroom in case estate matters are contested, and this does occur.
Unfortunately, family matters, sibling rivalries, and fraud claims are a reality in some cases.
If you are involved in an inheritance dispute and need a lawyer experienced in civil litigation to help you protect your rights, call us today.
Our years of experience with probate and our courtroom experience will prove helpful during this time. Get in touch with us today to schedule a one-on-one consultation with one of our will and probate lawyers to find out how we can assist you, review your options, and recommend a course of action.