Texas Probate Law

The Silberman Law Firm, PLLC consists of lawyers dedicated to providing legal services in probate, guardianship, elder law and estate planning. Our firm provides clients initial free consultations and offers affordable flat rate pricing for simple issues.

Commonly Provided Probate Law Services:

Probate of Will

The Silberman Law Firm, PLLC provides testate administration (probate where the decedent left a will) for affordable flat rates when there are no complicating factors. Simple testate probates usually involve a named independent executor with an original will...Read More

Will Preparation

Often times a will is the best solution for estate planning purposes. Unlike many states, the Texas Probate process is very efficient and cost effective making the use of wills in Texas very desirable. A probate lawyer can often provide a free consultation to assess whether a will is the right estate planning...Read More

Guardianships

Guardianship is a probate court proceeding whereby an incapacitated adult is appointed a guardian to care for and make decisions regarding the adult who is unable to care for himself. Setting up guardianship for a loved one who has become incapacitated requires the proper filings and procedures through the probate court...Read More

Texas Living Trusts

The Revocable Living Trust ("Living Trust") has become one of the most popular tools for estate planning in Texas. While a living trust does make sense in some situations, the living trust solution is not necessarily right for everyone...Read More

Affidavit of Heirship

Dying without a will in Texas often leaves problems for heirs when real property is involved. These problems often come to light when the heirs attempt to sell the property in a transaction where the buyer is requiring title insurance...Read More

Probate With No Will

The Silberman Law Firm, PLLC provides intestate estate administrations (probates of estates without wills) in various counties across Texas. Probate of these types of estates are more involved than estates where the decedent has left a will...Read More