Brown County Probate Attorneys — 10 found

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  1. Brown County Probate Attorney William G. Shaw

    William Shaw

    Brownwood, TX Probate Attorney
    Licensed for 44 years
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    6.5

  2. Brown County Probate Attorney Douglas Arthur Chandler

    Douglas Chandler

    Early, TX Probate Attorney
    Licensed for 23 years
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    6.5

  3. Brown County Probate Attorney Perry Bryan Sims

    Perry Sims

    Brownwood, TX Probate Attorney
    Licensed for 24 years
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    6.5

  4. Brown County Probate Attorney Royce Owen Fuqua

    Royce Fuqua

    Brownwood, TX Probate Attorney
    Licensed for 36 years
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    6.5

  5. Brown County Probate Attorney Bert Vee Massey II

    Bert Massey

    Brownwood, TX Probate Attorney
    Licensed for 45 years
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    6.5

  6. Brown County Probate Attorney Don W. Clements

    Don Clements

    Brownwood, TX Probate Attorney
    Licensed for 42 years
    Not yet reviewed
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    6.5

  7. Brown County Probate Attorney Laurel Elaine Lindsey

    Laurel Lindsey

    Brownwood, TX Probate Attorney
    Licensed for 14 years
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  8. Brown County Probate Attorney Patrick Dale Howard

    Patrick Howard

    Bangs, TX Probate Attorney
    Licensed for 10 years
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  9. Brown County Probate Attorney Eric Allen McNeese

    Eric McNeese

    Brownwood, TX Probate Attorney
    Licensed for 11 years
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  10. Brown County Probate Attorney Mark Taylor Bessent

    Mark Bessent

    Brownwood, TX Probate Attorney
    Licensed for 15 years
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Probate

Probate is the legal process used to carry out a person's will after their death; a probate attorney advises you on how to perform the steps in the process. In general, once you have identified and collected the dead person's belongings, including their money, property, and other assets, you pay the person's debts and taxes. Once all debts have been paid, you distribute their money and property according to the language of the will. If there is no will, the laws of the state where the dead person lived control how the property is distributed. A probate attorney helps you plan what happens to your property when you die, as they can probate wills and act as your probate court estate representative. A probate attorney also represents family members and beneficiaries wishing to challenge wills.