Probate Administration

During the probate legal process in Texas, a court oversees the administration of a person's estate to ensure that taxes and other debts and expenses are paid.

The rest of the estate is distributed according to wishes expressed in the decedent's will. If the person died without a will, the estate would be administered in keeping with laws that govern intestate succession.

At Lovelace Law, P.C. in Burleson, attorney W. Cade Lovelace has extensive experience in probate administration matters, assisting clients in all phases of probate proceedings. Our probate practice represents clients throughout north central Texas in complex probate administration matters, including estates and complex wills involving significant assets, business interests and substantial real estate holdings.

We also advocate for you in probate and estate litigation, guardianship proceedings, contested guardianships, will contests and a variety of probate matters.

When possession of a considerable inheritance is at stake, you want lawyers on your side who know Texas probate and estate law, and who bring an extraordinary reputation to every case they handle. You want Lovelace Law, P.C. Contact us to arrange your free initial consultation.

Lovelace Law, P.C. — Experienced Burleson Executor Attorneys

We assist the executor or personal representative with the broad range of duties associated with probate, estate and trust administration, such as:

  • Opening the estate
  • Collection and valuation of assets
  • Payment of taxes and debts
  • Asset distributions to heirs
  • Trust investments and distributions
  • Accurate accounting and reporting

A will may call for independent administration, in which an appointed administrator conducts transactions and settles the estate's affairs without constant court oversight. Lovelace Law, P.C. advises independent administrators on legal and financial aspects of swift, efficient closing of an estate.

Intestate succession, for situations in which a person has died without a will, can be much more complex. Our Burleson lawyers guide a personal representative as smoothly as possible through the legal process. These services include appearances in probate court, legal challenges and a phasing out of the estate.

The Fort Worth probate administration attorneys of Lovelace Law, P.C. welcome the opportunity to serve you. Contact us at 817-953-9656 or by email to secure a free consultation. Hablamos español.