Guiding You Through The Probate Process


If you have been charged with administering a deceased loved one's estate, you may not even know where to start. The probate process is complex, and a single misstep could prove costly. Thankfully, you do not have to go through this process alone.

At the Laubach Law Office in San Antonio, we provide guidance through the probate process. When you choose our law firm, you will work one-on-one with an attorney who has more than 21 years of experience handling these matters. Our goal is to take on the weight of the legal issues and ensure that your loved one's final wishes are fulfilled so you can focus your time and attention on being with your family during this time of loss.

Did Your Loved One Have An Estate Plan?

If your loved one died intestate, which means he or she did not have a will or estate plan, the probate process will be necessary. Even if a will was in place, probate may still be needed. Perhaps your loved one had an estate plan that included a trust that will need to be administered. Whatever the case may be, we can review any documentation that your loved one left and take the necessary steps to see that assets are distributed properly.

Resolving Estate Disputes

When disputes occur between beneficiaries, we can protect your interests. We have the knowledge to challenge invalid wills or to defend valid wills against the improper assertions of dissatisfied beneficiaries. We negotiate between beneficiaries to preserve relationships or fastidiously pursue your rights in court when necessary.

Learn More About Our Probate Services

To discuss your case with an experienced lawyer serving people throughout Texas, call us at 210-222-1225 or send us an email.

Your Support System In A Time Of Crisis

We pride ourselves on being more than just a law firm. We will be here for you whenever you need us and ready to help in any way we can.

Advocates For Military Personnel

We represent members of the military in military law matters such as courts martial, as well as all other legal matters, including military divorce. Our founding attorney, Dawn Laubach, has served in the military, on either active duty or reserve, for more than two decades. We are well-respected in both the legal community and the military community.