Following the passing of a loved one, you may face the additional stress and concerns of probate and the administration of that person's estate. This can be an overwhelming process, particularly in light of your recent loss. Additional complexities of will contests and disputes can turn this into a crisis. You need a firm on your side that provides professional representation during this difficult time.
Texas and New Braunfels Estate Administration Attorneys
The Law Office of Ryan C. Moe PLLC is committed to helping families following a loss by carrying the legal burden of probate and estate administration. In best-case scenarios where a will was drafted correctly, this process can be relatively smooth. Often, however, there are issues with the manner in which the will was created, causing the matter to go through the state.
We will advocate on your behalf to ensure that the estate is handled as the deceased individual would have wished. Our law firm focuses heavily on this area, and we know how to handle matters that may arise throughout the process. This can include issues of rights to property, applications for probate, probate litigation, common law issues, appointment of an executor, distribution of real estate and will contests.
We are committed to taking care of our clients, ensuring that they understand what is happening along the way. We understand what you are facing, and we will do everything within our power to ease the burden.
To arrange an initial consultation with a skilled probate lawyer, please call our office today at 210-614-6400 or toll free at 800-653-8124.
San Antonio Probate Attorneys — Real Estate Distribution
The distribution of real estate to the proper beneficiaries is a common point of dispute in probate litigation. In many cases, the individual responsible for distributing and administering these properties is not handling the distribution as he or she is required.
We will advocate on your behalf to ensure that you are given the property that was left to you by the deceased in the manner he or she intended. We are prepared to take the matter to probate litigation, should the need arise.