As of August 2020, attorney Samantha Kehl is no longer with her previous firm. The Kehl Law Firm, P.C., is currently taking meetings by appointment only.

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Guiding You Through The Probate Process

The days after a loved one passes away can leave you with difficult questions. Does their estate plan offer the right guidance? How can you distribute their assets in a way that truly reflects their wishes? Do you have to navigate the probate process alone? The probate process can be complex during an already difficult time, but a skilled attorney can help you streamline the process.

At The Kehl Law Firm, P.C., our experienced estate planning attorney is dedicated to guiding you through the probate process. We assist clients throughout central Texas with estate administration, helping them navigate this complex process more efficiently, which saves them time and money during an emotionally challenging time.

Reflecting Your Loved One’s Wishes

The length of the probate process often depends on the details. Depending on the complexity of the estate, it can take a relatively short time or many months to complete. The process includes:

  • Authenticating the will
  • Identifying and locating the property included in the estate
  • Paying any debts left by the person who passed away
  • Filing tax returns
  • Distributing the assets in the estate according to the instructions left in the will or state law, if the person passed away without a valid will

Having an experienced lawyer by your side throughout this process can provide you with the counsel that you need and make the probate process go more smoothly.

Contact Us For Guidance During The Probate Process

You do not need to navigate the probate process alone. Call The Kehl Law Firm, P.C. at 254-327-3771 or contact our firm online to get the legal guidance you need.

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