Most people understand the basic purpose and importance of a well-drafted will. It's the cornerstone of estate planning, and fundamental to the idea of making sure one's personal desires are made known (and followed) regarding all property to be divided and transfered after death. Without a Will and other estate planning efforts, it is more likely that probate and trust disputes will arise among family and loved ones. These disputes are not only complex and emotional, but they are also, quite often, difficult to resolve through negotiation and compromise outside the courtroom.
At Musemeche Law, P.C., our staff understands. We know how important your case is to you, and we work hard to combine a broad knowledge of Texas probate law with a comprehensive command of civil litigation techniques, codes and strategies to achieve the results you deserve.