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will preparation - Comprehensive Trust Creation
- Complex Probate Administration
- Invalid Will Contests
Austin’s Premier Trust and Probate Attorney Todd A.Wilson Contact Us Now
Austin’s Premier Trust and Probate Attorney Todd A. Wilson Comprehensive Trust Creation
Complex Probate Administration
Invalid Will Contests
Contact Us Now

AREAS OF PRACTICE

Probate Administration

Probate is the legal process of administering one’s estate after death. It includes proving a will in court, determining heirs, creating an inventory of the assets of the deceased, paying debts, and distributing the appropriate amount of assets to the correct heirs.

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Will Preparation

One of the easiest and most important ways to care for your family after you pass away is to draft a will. It’s pointless to spend your lifetime providing for your children only to let the State decide who should care for them and where your money should go after your death.

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Trust Preparation

Establishing a trust for your assets can ensure direction for those assets after death, beneficiary creditor protection, privacy and expediency without court involvement, and minimization of potential issues among beneficiaries, including contests filed against the estate.

Contested Probate

If a family member or other beneficiary produces a will you believe is fraudulent or challenges a will you believe is authentic, this often leads to difficult litigation requiring particular knowledge and experience.

Dependent Administration

When a loved one dies without a will and the beneficiaries do not cooperate, this often results in dependent administrations, which require extensive, complex filings in and hearings with the court, which many probate attorneys refuse to take on.

Trust Administration

Sometimes it is preferable to have a neutral, third-party administer a trust to ensure beneficiaries do not frivolously squander their inheritances or fight amongst themselves over distributions.

What is Estate Planning?

Protecting children and assets from the government, creditors, and others while maintaining control of your possessions during your lifetime and passing those assets to loved ones upon death.

150+

Estate Planning Clients

Largest estate worth ~$500MM

150+

Probate and Other Clients

$ 70MM

Assets Passed Through Probate/Secured for Clients

in millions of dollars