Are you overwhelmed trying to deal with the estate of a loved one while still struggling with grief at their passing? Don’t force yourself or your family through the probate process alone; reach out to Farren Sheehan for personalized Travis County probate guidance.
The imposing and recently renovated Travis County Probate Courthouse is hardly a bastion of warmth or solace. And yet, every day, families find themselves there after the death of a loved one. They are not here to mourn, however, but to begin the lengthy, painful, and sometimes expensive probate process. But they do not have to face the confusing process alone.
As a “death and dirt” Texas law attorney in Travis County, Farren Sheehan has always focused on helping ordinary clients through these extraordinary situations. Her small law firm offers personalized attention and assistance tempered with compassion and support. Precisely what is required to help navigate a legally daunting process at an emotionally draining time.
Probate is a certainty in Texas, like death or taxes, except it is a daunting combination of both. But when you find yourself facing it, know that with the help of an experienced and caring probate attorney, it will be easier, smoother, and even cheaper.
The Texas probate process is required in order to deal with someone’s estate after they pass away. Supervised by a judge, it will include the execution of the person’s will, the appointment of an executor or administrator to handle the person’s assets and property, and the paying off of any creditors before the final distribution to beneficiaries.
Every probate experience is different, but some are certainly more difficult than others. There are any number of situations that can complicate your probate process, which an experienced probate lawyer can help you through.