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Bromlow Law, PLLC is here for your loved ones if you become incapacitated and when you die. We guide your loved ones through Texas’s probate process. We provide your loved ones with guidance and support to guard your wishes, protect your assets, and prevent your representatives from making costly mistakes.

What is Texas Probate?

If you don’t have an estate plan, your family will likely need to go to probate court upon your death to administer your estate and distribute assets to your heirs. Sometimes this is required even if you have signed a will.

The term “probate” is defined as the process of establishing the validity of a will by proving to a judge that the person adequately signed in the right state of mind and that it meets stringent statutory requirements. Most people want to avoid probate because it is public, time-consuming, and expensive. However, if a probate is necessary, our experienced probate attorneys will work hard for your family and will help them navigate the process as efficiently as possible.

How an Attorney Can Help You or a Loved One Facing Probate in Texas

Suppose you pass away or become incapacitated without the benefit of an estate plan. In that case, Bromlow Law PLLC is still able to provide guidance, peace of mind, and support to your loved ones as they navigate the necessary Texas probate proceedings.

The Value of Working with an Expert Probate Attorney

Bromlow Law, PLLC is here to help you and your family understand legal strategies to preserve your legacy. Our family-centric approach can give your family peace of mind that your legacy is protected and legal conflict is avoided.

Laura L. Bromlow is an attorney licensed in Texas and California. She can help you and your loved one understand estate planning, elder law, asset protection planning, guardianship, special needs planning, probate, and trust and estate administration. Laura and her team invite you to contact them to learn how they can help you safeguard your future.

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