What Is Your Experience In Guiding Clients Through The Probate Process In Texas?
After obtaining an undergraduate degree in Russian language, I moved to Texas and started working. However, I didn’t enjoy the opportunities that were available. Fortunately, my father happened to move to Kentucky. While in Kentucky, he started attending law school. With no other real reason, other than our niece in Texas, which was important, we decided to take on a new opportunity. I decided to move to Kentucky and attend law school with my dad, which was interesting. In law school, I focused on probate, wills and trusts (estate planning), and taxation. I enjoyed that legal sector and helping people figure out their finances. After law school, the great recession was coming to an end. As a result, the opportunities seemed better back in Texas, and so, we moved back. After working for a couple of law firms, I realized that they weren’t a good fit for me. Soon thereafter, I started on my own. Probate is an area that I understood really quickly. I am able to help people navigate that system. Growing up with my grandfather taught me to help people. Not just with the process of getting through court, but actually helping people. For instance, if someone doesn’t have family around to help get stuff out of the house, I can help them with that situation. If it’s a rental or a house that needs to get fixed up before a sale, I can direct my clients on how to go about that process. I’ve had many clients appreciate that kind of assistance. We currently have a case in which the family is in Sweden. As such, we’ve helped the family move the decedents property out of his apartment and send everything to Sweden. They are waiting for the first box now. We are interested to see how that process works out.
What Do You Want Readers To Gain From Reading This Book?
I would like readers to know that there are a lot of misunderstandings about probate. I would like this book to help them prevent problems. Probate isn’t an area that can be done on your own without an attorney. If you have to go through probate, you have to have an attorney by law. I would like this book to be a guide on how to prevent long-term issues, such as the misunderstanding that a spouse automatically inherits the house. When a spouse passes away, the surviving spouse needs to take care of certain matters within four years. Otherwise, they will have some problems down the road. Therefore, I would like readers to gain an understanding on how to prevent issues and not be afraid of the process.
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