Probate Attorneys

We Make Probate Easy and Affordable

Fortenberry Legal is a unique law firm that uses virtual representation and value pricing to help clients save time and money when transferring assets to heirs or beneficiaries. Our clients come from across the United States. Because many of our clients live out-of-state, we know how to guide nonresident clients through the confusing process of probate and estate administration.

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Special Probate Areas

Statewide Probate

Multi-State Probate Matters


Multi-state probate required proper coordination to produce the best results. We help both individuals and other law firms with multi-state probate and estate administration.

Bank and Trust Representation

Bank and Trust Representation


Concerned about fiduciary duties and proper account authorization? We have helped some of the nation’s largest bank and trust companies with probate needs.

Oil and Gas Probate

Oil, Gas, and Mineral Interests


Probate of oil and gas interests presents both challenges and opportunities. We know how to clear title to mineral interests and get the funds flowing to the right parties.

Statewide Deed Preparation

Fast and Convenient Property Transfers

Fortenberry Legal prepares deeds to transfer real estate in all counties in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. We have prepared thousands of deeds for individuals, businesses, and the United States government. We have developed a streamlined, scalable deed preparation practice that allows us to process a high volume of deeds in an efficient manner, often with same-day turnaround. Contact us for help with:

Quitclaim Deeds • Warranty Deeds • Special/ Statutory Warranty Deeds • Deeds to Living Trusts

We offer special rates for high-volume orders.

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How to Work with Us

Step 1: Request a Free Consultation

You complete a consultation request, which includes an online questionnaire that collects the information needed to evaluate your matter.

Step 2: Discuss the Matter with an Attorney

One of our attorneys will review the information you submit, then contact you by e-mail to discuss your matter. The attorney can also give you a firm fee quote.

Step 3: Decide Whether to Proceed

Once you have been given a description of the work required and a fee quote, you can decide whether to proceed with establishing an attorney-client relationship.

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