Dedicated to Texas Wills, Probate and Estates Law
Shutt Law Firm, PLLC is a focused firm. The estate lawyer concentrates primarily on a single area of law: Texas Estates Law. Let us help create your Texas Last Will & Testament, Estate Planning, or Trust. We can also handle your Probate Court case, assist with Legal Guardianship, or represent you in your Will Contest or other Estate Litigation case.
About Attorney Isaac Shutt
Attorney Isaac Shutt focuses his law practice on wills, legal trust creation, Texas probate law, and help with estates in Dallas County, Collin County, Denton County, and the surrounding North Texas area. Mr. Shutt genuinely cares for every client and strives to make Texas estate planning, probate, guardianship, estate litigation and probate mediation as affordable and simple as possible.
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Phone: (214) 302 – 8197 Address: 522 Bishop Ave., Richardson, Texas 75081
TEXAS PROBATE ATTORNEY
When a family member has passed away, probate is the first step in the legal process for distributing the property. If you are an executor or beneficiary of a Texas Will, you may need a probate attorney.
WILLS IN TEXAS
It’s important to have a Last Will and Testament. Having your Texas Will prepared by an estate planning lawyer can be simple and affordable.
TEXAS TRUSTS AND ESTATE PLANNING
While it’s important to have a Last Will and Testament in Texas, many of our estate planning clients want (or need) a Texas living trust. Depending on your situation, the estate planning attorney may suggest a Texas revocable trust, an irrevocable trust, a special needs trust, or some other trust custom tailored to your needs. Your Texas trust can be tailored much more than a Last Will & Testament.
If you are involved in an estate dispute, it is imperative you consult with a probate attorney. Your inheritance rights must be protected, and there can be deadlines for filing. An estate dispute could involve contesting a Will, contesting a Trust, breach of fiduciary duty, guardianship of the estate, or protecting rights as an heir under Texas Law.
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