Experienced, Knowledgeable Help To Handle Your Loved One’s Estate
When a family member passes away, you may be left with property and assets to distribute as that family member thought fit or appropriate. While some estates do not require probate, it may be necessary to probate certain estates to gain access to bank accounts and life insurance policies. Therefore, it is best to seek the assistance of a Guadalupe County and Seguin probate lawyer to help you handle the necessary paperwork and procedures.
At Kolb & Murray, P.C., Kevin Kolb sits down with you to review your loved one’s will or estate and to identify issues and assets that may require special care or procedures. He helps you determine what needs to be done, and he handles much of the paperwork involved. He files the appropriate applications for probate to either name you executor of your family member’s will or as a muniment of title and, most importantly, helps you administer the estate in a fast and efficient manner.
In-Depth Knowledge Of Both Finance And Estate Law
Kevin has been helping families administer their loved one’s estates for more than 25 years. He is also a certified public accountant and has an advanced law degree in taxation (LL. M.). He uses this in-depth knowledge to evaluate your family member’s estate and determine what the best courses of action are so that all the beneficiaries of the estate receive the assets and property left to them with minimum fuss and financial worry on their parts.
Probate And Will Attorneys Serving Clients In Schertz, Seguin, and Guadalupe County
You may be baffled by all the information on the internet regarding what is necessary to resolve your family member’s estate and whether probate is necessary. Kevin walks you through the process as quickly and efficiently as possible. He is professional, respectful and cost-effective in his work, and he can answer any questions you may have about the process.
He helps you navigate the difficult aspects of probate administration and litigation, including working with difficult family members, and professionals such as appraisers, real estate agents and accountants that may be necessary to preserve, protect or administer your loved one’s property and assets. He assists you with filing estate inventories, when necessary, and helps you notify beneficiaries and update public records. If there is a dispute regarding the will or the disbursement of property, Kevin will represent you in probate litigation.
Ensure Your Loved One’s Wishes Are A Priority
While it is not necessary to have a will in Texas, a will typically makes the entire probate and estate administration process easier and typically less expensive. You owe it to yourself and to your family to plan ahead for everyone’s futures. Kevin can help you with all your estate and wealth preservation needs.