Attorneys that focus on estate and probate law in Dallas County, Texas help clients resolve all facets of planning for the conservation and disposition of estates. Estate and probate lawyers must understand the state and federal tax burdens that apply to this area of the law. Estate and probate lawyers prepare the legal instruments to accomplish the estate plans including drafting and executing wills, administering formal and summary estates, including tax related matters. Attorneys also engage in probate litigation including will contests or will or trust construction suits in probate court.
National Association of Estate Planners and Councils - NAEPC is accredited by the ABA to certify attorneys as estate planning law specialists.
ACTEC is a fellowship of attorneys seeking to improve trust, estate and tax laws, as well as the procedures and ethics of attorneys who work in those fields. Many of the top trust and estate attorneys belong to this respected organization.
Dallas Bar Lawyer Referral Service - The Dallas Bar Association operates a non-profit Lawyer Referral Service (LRS) that helps the public find a qualified attorney throughout Dallas and the surrounding areas in Plano County and Collins County, Texas. The Lawyer Referral Service requires a $20 consultation fee for a referral to a local attorney experienced in the needed practice area. In exchange for the $20 consultation fee you can receive a 30 minute consultation an attorney serving on the appropriate panel of the LRS.