Alex R. Hernandez Jr.
When you need an experienced law firm you can count on us. Call our law firm for a free consultation. 361-792-3811. Alex R. Hernandez Jr. can help you with the tedious job of probate administration and distribution of the estate of a loved one whether there is a will or no will. Our Corpus Christi … Read more Probate, Wills, and Estate Planning
A will contest is a proceeding to have a deceased person’s will declared invalid, sometimes in part and sometimes in full. In order to contest a will, the person who commences contest proceedings must have legal standing, that is, the legal right to challenge the validity of the will in probate proceedings. The law grants … Read more Texas Will Contest Litigation Attorneys
A will is a device that lets you tell the world whom you want to get your assets. Die without one, and the state decides who gets what, without regard to your wishes or your heirs’ needs. So-called intestacy laws vary considerably from state to state. In general, though, if you die and leave a … Read more Wills and trusts
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Will Contests and Probate Litigation Estate Planning Lawyer in Corpus Christi In property law, a will contest occurs when a person challenges the validity of a will. If an individual believes a will does not reflect the true intent of the testator (the party who drafted the will), they may decide to contest it. Anyone … Read more Will Contests and Probate Litigation
Corpus Christi Elder Law Elder law is the legal practice which focuses on issues affecting elder populations. If you have a loved one in assisted living, a nursing facility, or that will be requiring long-term care within the next few years, you will need someone to help you plan ahead. Our firm can walk you … Read more Corpus Christi Elder Law Attorneys
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Probate is the legal process after someone dies of: 1) Reading the will (if there is one) 2) Entering that will into the courts 3) Proving that will is valid 4) Naming the executor/administrator or person in charge of the will and the assets of the estate 5) Appraising property 6) Paying debts and taxes … Read more What is Probate?