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About Us

The Probate Law Group

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Probate Attorneys in Houston You Can Trust: The Probate Law Group

Serving Harris, Montgomery, Fort Bend, Brazoria, Williams, and Travis County, The Probate Law Group is a trusted Houston probate law firm. With a focus on probate administration and expert guidance, our attorneys have over five decades of combined experience in helping individuals and families navigate the complexities of probate law.

 

If you’re seeking a knowledgeable probate attorney in Houston, look no further. Our experienced probate attorneys in Houston are dedicated to guiding you through the complex probate process. Whether you need assistance with the probate process or navigating the distribution of assets, our Houston probate attorneys are here to provide you with expert legal counsel and peace of mind. Contact us today for a consultation.

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When it comes to probate, having a knowledgeable and reliable legal team is crucial. Whether you need assistance as a personal representative or are navigating probate without a valid will, our attorneys have the expertise to guide you through the entire process. We handle tasks such as interaction with the courts, preparation of waivers & affidavits and ensuring your loved one’s estate is administered smoothly.


Probate is an essential legal process for managing estates in Harris, Fort Bend and Montgomery counties. In Probate, the validity of Wills or the heirs of an estate are determined by the courts, assets are distributed and debts settled according to the law. These probate proceedings ensure a fair and orderly resolution of affairs after an individual’s passing, providing peace of mind to families during difficult times.

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What Are An Executor's Responsibilities?

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Being named as a Executor or an Administrator is an honor, but it also comes with a lot of responsibility. While every estate is different, as a general rule, a personal representative has the following responsibilities:

Identifying and obtaining the value of the deceased’s property.

Presenting a list of estate assets to the court.

Notifying all heirs and beneficiaries.

Identifying the estate’s outstanding debt obligations.

Notifying all creditors.

Ensuring all of the estate’s debt obligations are satisfied.

Prepare a final tax return for the decedent and a tax return on behalf of the estate.

Distribute to Heirs Pursuant to terms of the Will.

Of course, there may be other responsibilities depending on the specific situation.

Why choose us

Trustworthy Guidance for Your Estate

At The Probate Law Group, we prioritize your family’s needs and provide trusted advice in probate matters. With our deep understanding of Houston probate law, we anticipate the challenges you may face and offer tailored solutions for your unique circumstances. Our compassionate attorneys are dedicated to providing you with certainty and peace of mind.

As a flat fee firm you will have the access to our attorneys and staff and support of our firm without having to worry about surprise billing & costs.

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    Schedule Your Initial Consultation Today

    If you have questions or seek guidance through the probate process, contact The Probate Law Group for a consultation. Our Houston probate lawyers are ready to assist you, offering patient and compassionate service. Call 713-903-7879 to speak with one of our experienced attorneys or connect with us through our secure online contact form. Plan for the future with confidence and let us help you navigate the complexities of probate law.