DALLAS PROBATE LAW – PROBATING A WILL IN TEXAS
If a will is properly drawn, probating a will in Texas is relatively easy with little cost or trouble. Probate is necessary if a loved one has died and you need to get a court’s authority to act for the deceased. In such cases, you need to probate the will. Click here to find the information you need to send to our office to handle your probate.
HOW TO CONTEST A WILL OR TRUST
If you are related to someone who has died and you believe the will was improperly drafted, the decedent was coerced into signing the will or changing its terms, or you believe the decedent lacked the mental capacity to make a will, you may want to challenge the will.
NEED TO PROBATE A WILL?
In Texas, Probate is the simple step of having a court review the decedent’s will and appointing the person named in the will, the executor, to manage the decedent’s estate.
PROBLEMS WITH INHERITANCE?
Inheritance problems can include that you don’t know if you are entitled to an inheritance or you simply aren’t receiving it. Find out how Pyke & Associates can help.
WHAT IF THERE IS NO WILL?
If there is no will, all is not lost. The process will be slower or more expensive, but the goal of Pyke & Associates is to find the least expensive procedure to move forward. Sometimes, all that is necessary is a court declaration of heirship. Sometimes, it is also necessary to open administration and we will work to find the most efficient procedure to get the property transferred to the rightful heirs.