Wills and Probate

Compassionate Attorney to Help You With Will Drafting and Probate Cases

We Ensure Your Final Wishes Are Fulfilled

Invest your time now to protect your family, your estate, and to prevent legal hassles in the future. It's important to plan for your final needs and give your family the peace of mind they truly deserve. You can maximize the value of the estate by reducing taxes and other expenses.

These are the basic documents everyone should have prepared before you become incapacitated to ensure that your personal affairs are handled according to your wishes:
  • Will - You need a will to ensure that your assets are distributed according to your wish
  • Living will - Allows you to direct others as to whether you wish to be artificially provided food and liquid if you become incapacitated
  • Power of attorney for healthcare - Allows you to appoint a person to make healthcare decisions for you when you become incapacitated and not be able to make those decisions yourself

Trust Our Attorney to Help You With Your Probate Cases

As probate and estate administrators, we work with our clients to ensure the probate process runs smoothly. The Ellis Law Firm will review the estate involved and advise you as to the most efficient and economical manner to transfer property to those entitled.

If you are named as the executor in a will, we can guide you through each step required. There are situations, however, when someone dies without a will. If you are a close relative or friend in a situation where there is no will, our firm will advise regarding all the options for administering and distributing the estate.

The probate process requires careful attention to detail. We have the experience and expertise to accomplish probate in a timely and efficient manner.

The Ellis Law Firm offers an initial consultation and fixed fees for most services. We are ready to help you with estate planning, probate, and estate administration. Schedule an appointment with us today.

Handling All Aspects of Probate and Estate Administration

  • When there is a will, we will assist in having it recognized by the court as the last will and testament of the decedent
  • We will guide you through the steps involved in a probate proceeding
  • We will help the personal representative of the estate with the probate and estate administration process, including preparing an inventory of the estate, dealing with creditor issues, establishing the beneficiaries, distributing the estate, and preparing an estate tax return, as necessary
  • We will help you with ancillary probate cases
You can make the difficult decisions for your family ahead of time. Contact us today.
Need help with probate cases and drafting a will?
Call 903-596-7600
Our attorney has been practicing law since 1999. Contact us to devise a plan for your final wishes.
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