For many people, the thought of creating a will is too depressing to face, therefore it gets put off. But what happens when a will gets put off too long, and a person dies without having ever made one? If an will is not created, the “estate” could be left for the probate court to divide up, which can take years! Believe it or not, this is a problem that many San Antonio probate lawyers face, and work very hard to try to resolve in a timely manner. So if it’s time for you to create a will, or if you need help claiming an estate from a deceased relative, please read on for a few lawyer recommendations.
Wilson, Bellamy, Brown and Wilson, LLP is a law firm that serves San Antonio and the surrounding areas. They handle all aspects of estate planning, from the writing of the will, to the probate of wills through the courts, to the litigation of contested wills. This San Antonio probate firm works with CPA’s and other tax specialists to ensure that there are no tax issues left to your inheritors. They guarantee to probate your will rapidly, sometimes in as short as two weeks.
Another great attorney to look into is the Law Office of Margaret who handles many areas of family law. This includes everything from adoption, to divorces, to estate planning. They are an excellent choice if you are simply looking to create and finalize a will.
G. Esther Cruz, Attorney at Law, is a Spanish speaking lawyers that specializes in real estate and probate actions for her clients. She will help her Spanish speaking clients to have a legal will written up and then when the time comes, read in a language that they can understand.
It can be quite difficult to not become depressed by talking about and preparing for death, but it can be even more upsetting to realize that the things you intend to leave to your children, grandchildren, or whomever may not go to them if you fail to draw up a legal document stating your wishes. Not only that, but any debts you incur could actually be passed down to your descendant. So, stop putting it off and speak to a San Antonio attorney about drawing up a will.