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Katy TX Probate Attorney

The loss of a loved one is a difficult event to endure. Not only are you mourning your relative, you then have the difficult responsibility of having their assets distributed to the proper beneficiaries. This can be an overwhelming, drawn-out, and expensive process to go through on your own. Working with an experienced Katy probate attorney such as Christy K. Brown, JD, PCC, can make navigating this process much simpler. Attorney Brown works with her clients each step of the way to ensure property and assets are properly distributed. 

If you have lost a loved one that left behind a will, our law firm is here to work with you. Our team takes pride in getting to know each individual client to ensure the best results. Schedule a 15-minute over-the-phone consultation to learn more about how we can help you through the probate process.

Katy TX Estate Planning Attorney

Estate planning encompasses much more than just drafting a will to designate beneficiaries to your property. It also includes late-life planning and creating a system to help you maximize your wealth for the future. Attorney Christy K. Brown, JD, PCC, takes a comprehensive approach to estate planning for her clients to ensure their money goes as far as it needs for them to reach their specific goals. Contact our law firm today to learn more about comprehensive estate planning and how it can benefit you.

Katy TX Business Law Attorney

In order to start a business, you will need to file legal documents, draft contracts, and decide on a business structure that fits your company. While some small businesses may be able to tackle this on their own, it is always a good idea to speak with an attorney to ensure that you are covering all of your bases and filing all necessary paperwork in order to be legally compliant. If you are opening a new business or are in need of legal advice for your current business, schedule an appointment with our legal team.

Katy TX Trust Attorney

Leaving a will behind can help your loved ones determine how to divide your property, however, it will often require a long and expensive probate process. It is possible to avoid the probate process in some instances where assets are left in a trust. Attorney Christy K. Brown, JD, PCC, works with her clients to help them create a plan for passing along their assets in the easiest way possible so that their families can avoid drawn-out court proceedings and unnecessary court costs