Jump To Navigation

San Marcos Probate Lawyers

After the death of a loved one, family members often need help with the technical aspects of estate administration. Your legal needs will differ depending on which type of estate administration you are dealing with:

  • Estate administration without a will ("intestate")
  • Estate administration with a will
  • Settling estates solely involving trusts
  • Settling estates involving will contests or other disagreements among beneficiaries or heirs

The steps toward resolution of an estate can be complex for a number of reasons. Business ownership, real estate matters and investment assets are all examples of areas that often bring challenges to personal representatives (executors and administrators). Our estate planning and probate attorneys at Scanio & Scanio, A Professional Corporation, can help settle your family member's estate properly and in a timely manner. We can advise and help you through necessary steps such as notifying beneficiaries and creditors.

Settling an estate can be a tedious process. Scanio & Scanio, A Professional Corporation, is committed to keeping our clients' probate cases moving forward and keeping clients informed of the next steps in their case. We hope every client's probate administration will go smoothly, but when complications arise, we are proactive about resolving problems promptly.

Click here to see frequently asked questions.

Call Or Email Us To Reach Experienced San Marcos Probate Attorneys

Talk to a Texas probate lawyer at the law offices of Scanio & Scanio, A Professional Corporation. Learn what needs to happen to settle your loved one's estate in accordance with the provisions of a will and/or trusts. Call 512-212-9911 or email us to schedule an appointment at your convenience.

Se habla español.

Office Location

Scanio & Scanio
A Professional Corporation

144 East San Antonio
San Marcos, TX 78666
Phone: 512-212-9911

Map & Directions

Contact Form

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.