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Estate Planning Attorney in Montgomery County

An Experienced Firm for Wills, Probate & Estate

Planning for the inevitability of death is not something that anyone is excited about, however, it is something that is necessary for you and for the interests of your loved ones. Putting a will in place and establishing how you would like your affairs to be handled can only serve to give you peace of mind – and spare your loved ones from having to make difficult choices.

At Carl & Tavel, our Montgomery County wills and probate lawyers can help you to draft, review, or revise your will. We can also help you with the probate process if you have been named the executor of the will.

We know that this can be a difficult time. To find out how we can help, give us a call at (281) 377-1348.

Guiding Families Through Probate

The probate process can be incredibly complex, time-consuming, and expensive. It is important that you take steps to protect your assets from being diminished by taxes and fees so that you can leave more to your beneficiaries. We are here to ensure that the probate process will go as smoothly as possible so your family can focus on honoring your legacy rather than making difficult decisions for your estate.

There are many elements of the probate process that we can assist with, including:

  • Filing the probate petition
  • Handling all notices
  • Proving the will validity
  • Collecting the assets
  • Payments to creditors
  • Estate tax payments

Providing Tailored Representation for Wills, Trusts & More

Don’t wait when it comes to protecting your estate and your loved one’s financial security. We are here to help you deal with the issues that are difficult to talk about and even more difficult to navigate. Our Harris County estate planning lawyers have a proven track record of creating customized and effective estate plans.

To learn more about our wills and probate services, reach out to us today at (281) 377-1348 to schedule your consultation. 

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