Streamlining Intestate And Testate Probate

probateThe death of a loved one is emotional. If your loved one passed away without a will, legal issues may create greater stress.

When an individual dies without a will (intestate), state law determines how and to whom the estate of the deceased will be transferred. Texas intestate probate can be a prolonged, impersonal and costly undertaking. It prevents beneficiaries from experiencing the closure they seek after a loved one's death by adding anxiety to an already difficult time.

Rather than allowing the state to disburse your property, you can streamline probate by creating a will. Since 2002, I, Letty Gavito, have assisted family members throughout Central Texas by drafting wills, statutory, durable and medical powers of attorney, directives to physicians and other end-of-life documents. In hiring me to provide you those legal services, you can ensure that your property will be disbursed according to your wishes.

When you execute a will, you are assured that your estate will be managed by the person you trust and whom you've selected. I can navigate this process and minimize the unnecessary anxiety many beneficiaries endure when they represent themselves.

Providing Straightforward Solutions For A Range Of Probate Matters

When we meet at my San Antonio office, I will assess your situation, explain your available options and establish a plan to meet your needs. Guided by my experience in this field, I can facilitate procedures related to:

  • Last will and testament
  • Affidavit of notice to beneficiaries
  • Small-estate affidavit
  • Testate probate
  • Intestate probate

I consider it my vocation to use legal advocacy to empower my clients. You can lessen the burden of uncertainty by contacting my firm today.

Confused About Texas Probate Laws? Reach The Law Office Of Letty G. Gavito Today.

Schedule a free, initial consultation with a skilled probate lawyer by phoning 210-201-1595 or sending me a message online.