Probate Lawyer Represents Out of State Family Members, Heirs, Executors, and Beneficiaries by Texas Probate Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

Probate Lawyer Jason S. Coomer is an estate attorney that represents heirs, executors, beneficiaries, and families through the Texas probate process. As a Texas Probate Lawyer, he commonly works with out of state probate lawyers and family members as well as with lawyers and family members from other countries to claim and transfer wealth and inheritance when a loved one in Texas has passed. He has helped clients claim family trust funds, oil royalties, mineral interests, bank accounts, stocks, gold, family jewelry, family businesses, and Texas real estate. He handles both contested and uncontested transfers of wealth including trust litigation, probate issues, will contests, estate issues, guardianship cases, breach of fiduciary duty cases, oil and gas litigation, and heirship proceedings.

Texas probate lawyer, Jason S. Coomer, commonly works with families, heirs, beneficiaries, executors, and administrators from throughout the United States and from around the World on Texas Probate matters. As such, he understands how to help families and beneficiaries with probate issues allowing them to focus on other issues and helping them minimize the need to travel to Texas to resolve probate matters. For more information on a Texas probate matter, please feel free to send an e-mail message to Texas Probate Lawyer Jason S. Coomer or feel free to use our contact form.

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Texas Probate, Inheritance, Estate, Testate, and Intestate Law, Information, and Links by Austin Texas Probate Lawyer and Austin Texas Inheritance Lawyer

As an Texas Probate Lawyer, Jason Coomer works on a variety of different types of Texas Probate, Inheritance, and Estate Matters. In helping families with Texas inheritance and probate matters including probating Wills and determining heir through intestate matters, he has encountered many issues. Some common issues are discussed in more details on other web pages. For more information on Texas Inheritance, Estate, and Probate Law, please go to the following web pages:

Inheritance and Wealth Can Be Lost if Not Claimed and Protected

Inheritance is the practice of passing on wealth or obligations upon the death of an individual. This allows parents to pass on real estate, mineral interests, royalty rights, land, buildings, houses, businesses, stocks, jewelry, and other wealth to their children and people that they love. It is estimated that in the United States over $200 Billion each year passed down through inheritance to heirs and beneficiaries. Through Wills and intestate laws, Texas courts determine who are proper heirs and beneficiaries and allow tremendous amounts of wealth to be inherited each year. The amount of wealth including real estate, mineral interests, royalty rights, land, buildings, houses, businesses, stocks, jewelry, life insurance, bonds, and gold that will be passed through inheritance is expected to continue to increase in the next 20 years as Trillions of Dollars in wealth is passed on through inheritance.

Unfortunately, a good portion of this wealth will be lost or stolen as rightful heirs, lawful will beneficiaries, and rightful trust beneficiaries are unable to locate or claim family wealth or even worse vultures or corporations steal family wealth. To help prevent lost or stolen wealth, it is important to keep records and an inventory of all family wealth including real estate, mineral interests, royalty rights, land, buildings, houses, businesses, stocks, jewelry, life insurance, bonds, and gold. It is also important to make sure that this information can be recovered by loved ones in case of an unexpected death or incapacity.

Texas Contingent Probate and Inhertiance Lawyer Helps Families, Beneficiaries, and Heirs Claim and Transfer Wealth and Inheritance

After a family member dies, the real property, businesses, and other wealth that they owned can often become stuck during the probate process and if proper action is not taken the wealth can be lost or stolen. Loss of inheritance is especially common when a family member suffers from senility and/or is extremely secretive about their finances before their death and has not left a Will or any instructions as to what they want done with their Texas wealth after they die.

In some situations family assets cannot get transferred or collected by their rightful heirs or beneficiaries because the heirs and beneficiaries cannot afford the cost of probate and other transfer costs. In these situations, a Texas Contingent Probate Lawyer or Texas Contingent Death Benefit Lawyer that works on a percentage of the estate property can help heirs and beneficiaries transfer estate property to rightful heirs and beneficiaries.

In these situations, the Texas Contingent Probate Lawyer or Texas Contingent Death Benefit Lawyer will typically need to see that there are actual significant assets in the estate and who the rightful heirs and beneficiaries are of the estate. In these cases, bank statements, life insurance policies, royalty statements, mutual fund statements, retirement fund statements, real property deeds, property tax information, and other evidence of the estate assets can be useful in determining the approximate value of the estate and if a contingent contract for probating the estate can be viable. For more information on a Texas Contingent Probate Lawsuit or Texas Contingent Non-Probate Matter, please feel free to go to the follow web page: Texas Contingent Probate Lawyer and Death Benefit Collection Lawyer.

The Texas Probate Process, Texas Probate Law, and Texas Probate Courts Can Be Overwhelming For Out of State Family Members and Persons that Have Never Been Through the Probate Process

For the family member that lives out of state and has never been through the Texas probate process, Texas Probate Law and Texas Probate Courts can be overwhelming. At a time when they want to grieve the loss of their loved one, they are forced to deal with difficult issues including:

  • Who should be in control of their loved ones' estate?
  • What needs to be done to have an administrator or executor appointed?
  • What is probate and non-probate property?
  • What should be done to protect estate property?
  • How does someone probate a Will?
  • How should estate property be transferred to beneficiaries? Can it be sold?

It is often helpful to speak with and hire a Texas probate lawyer to help take care of many of the probate issues. A Texas probate lawyer can help "out of town" relatives through the probate process and taking care of the ir loved ones' estate. This is extremely helpful when relatives and loved ones want to focus on the grieving process instead of learning Texas Probate Law and navigating Texas Probate Courts.

Locating Unclaimed Texas Wealth, Estate Assets, and Non-Probate Assets (Real Estate, Oil Interests, Bank Accounts, and Stock)

In addition to what is inherited, there is a significant amount of unclaimed wealth including bank accounts, houses, oil interests, safety deposit boxes, stocks, and other wealth that is forgotten about. In our modern society families don't always live close and some wealth is lost or forgotten. Death or incapacity is not always anticipated and many people will unfortunately loose track of stocks, bank accounts, oil interests, and other wealth. It is a good idea to keep a safety deposit box with an inventory of all your assets and have people that you trust that can get access to your safety deposit box should something happen to you.

It is also becoming more common for family members not living close to a recently deceased relative to not know how to handle a probate matter or have enough money to clear title to property. In these instances it is good to locate a local attorney that can assist in appraising an estate including real estate and houses to determine if it would be beneficial to probate an estate or to determine the most efficient method to clear title to property.

Texas Inheritance Lawyer, Jason Coomer helps families evaluate the estates of their lost loved ones to determine if a full probate is necessary and if so if the probate is economically feasible.

Texas Estate, Probate, and Inheritance Lawyer

Austin Texas Probate Lawyer Jason Coomer handles Texas Probate matters including probating Wills, helping Executors, drafting Wills, contesting Wills, filing Suits to Determine Rightful Heirs of property and estates, filing Small Estate Affidavits, filing Affidavits of Heirship, filing Applications for Guardianships, fighting Involuntary Guardianships, filing Guardianship Reports, filing breach of fiduciary duty claims, estate planning, and clearing title to property and assets.

Texas Inheritance Law

The below provisions of the Texas Probate Code determine how a person's property will pass when they die if the person resided in Texas at the time of their death and did not have a valid Will. For questions on Texas Intestate Law, please feel free to send an e-mail message to Texas Intestate Lawyer and Texas No Will Inheritance Lawyer Jason S. Coomer or use our contact form The Law Offices of Jason S. Coomer.

Texas Probate Lawyer Jason Coomer Handles Testate and Intestate Lawsuits for Families and Heirs

As a Texas Probate Attorney, Jason Coomer helps families through intestate proceedings including drafting probate documents such as an Affidavit of Heirship and Small Estate Affidavit as well as assisting heirs through a Suit to Determine Heirship. He helps rightful heirs gain control of their lost loved one's estate to be able to sell stock, claim pensions, use bank accounts, claim oil interests, sell homes, or clear title to other real estate.

Austin Texas Probate Lawyer, Jason Coomer works with families and friends that have lost someone and need help navigating the Travis County Probate Court, Williamson County Court #4, Bexar County Probate Courts, and the Hays County Court. For questions on Texas Inheritance Law, please e-mail Texas Probate Attorney Jason S. Coomer at or use our contact form The Law Offices of Jason S. Coomer.

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