San Antonio Estate Planning Lawyers
Helping Clients Plan for the Future in Bexar County
No one likes to think about their own death, much less make a plan for it.
But the fact is that if something happens to you and you don’t have an estate plan in place, your loved ones will have to go through the probate process which can be long, expensive, and very stressful.
Wilson Brown Law can help you create a will, living trust, power of attorney, or other estate planning document that will protect your loved ones and make the probate process easier for them if something happens to you.
Schedule an initial consultation with our San Antonio estate planning lawyers today by calling Wilson Brown Law at (210) 405-4919 or by submitting an online contact form.
Can I remove an executor in Texas?
Yes, you can attempt to remove an executor in Texas for the following reasons:
- Flagrant misconduct
- Failing to perform the duties of the executor
- Conflict of interest
To remove an executor, one must file a petition with the appropriate probate court and prove a good reason for the removal.
What if the deceased person owns property in multiple states?Two probates may be required if the decedent lived in one state but left solely-owned real estate in another. This means the estate executor may have to open two probate proceedings in two states.
Do I need an attorney for estate planning in Texas?You are not legally required to hire an attorney for estate planning in Texas. However, estate law is complicated and can have serious consequences if mismanaged.
Can I probate an estate without a will in Texas?Yes. Texas has default inheritance rules for when a person dies “intestate” or without a will. If the decedent were married, the assets would be transferred to their spouse.