In Texas, most courts require the executor of an estate to be represented by an attorney. From a legal standpoint, this is done because the executor is responsible for taking care of the interests of creditors and beneficiaries. From a common sense standpoint? You have an enormous amount of details to attend to when it comes to dealing with the financial distribution of an estate and property, and the smart move is to work with an attorney to ensure everything goes smoothly.
To make sure your tenure as an executor takes place without incident, partner with the legal professionals at Hernandez and English LLP. With more than twenty years of experience, our team has the knowledge to handle all of your trust matters and legal issues. For more information or to schedule a consultation, contact us online or by phone today.