What’s the best way to handle probate? Get answers in 2 minutes
Fill out our free questionnaire to see if you need probate, how long it might take, and estimated fees.
Our tool is designed for you if you find yourself asking these questions?
- What is probate – explained in plain English?
- How much is this going to cost?
- How long will the probate process take?
- Where do we start to find the right paperwork to prove everything?
- What if siblings, family members, or heirs are not getting along or communicating?
Here’s what our free probate questionnaire does for you
- Gives you an estimated cost for the whole probate process upfront, including attorney fees, court fees, and other expenses.
- Calculates how much time your probate situation might take (can be 3 months or a year).
- Tells you what type of probate you’re dealing with – in the State of Texas, there are 5 main categories.
Go from probate chaos to clarity in 3 steps
Find peace of mind with our expert guidance
- Complete the short questionnaire: It only takes about 2 minutes, completely free, and easy-to-understand.
- Meet with us in person or on the phone: Together, we’ll create a roadmap, timeline, and calculate the upfront costs for you, at a flat rate.
- Get through probate quickly, easily, and as painlessly as possible: Rest easy because we guarantee you’ll get access to funds – or your money back.
Families shouldn’t have to go through probate alone
At Robbins Estate Law, we know you long to have peace of mind in a time of loss.
To do that, you need a trusted guide who can help you navigate probate in a quick, easy, and as painless as possible way.
The problem is the legal process can be confusing, on top of dealing with the grief of losing a loved one, which leaves you feeling overwhelmed and helpless.
We understand the pain of loss and the challenges of probate, which is why our attorneys are patient to listen and take the time to explain everything about the process in plain English.
So you can stop feeling helpless and overwhelmed, and instead find peace of mind in a time of loss.