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Texas Family Lawyers

Eddington & Worley

About Eddington & Worley

We are versed in Adoption Law but we are never afraid to defend our clients’ interests in court. We have handled adoptions and have helped solve many other difficult situations.

If you have any questions, doubts, or worries, we are here to provide the answer and advice you need. Reach out to us by phone, email, or chat, and schedule a consultation with one of our Abilene Adoption law attorneys! Your torment will be over and we will immediately get to work to defend your rights and interests.

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Texas Adoption Lawyers

By adopting, you’re giving a chance of a better life to a child, and while the domestic adoption process is fairly standard nationwide, each state does maintain their own particular requirements.

In order to qualify as a potential adoptive parent(s) in Texas, you will need to go through a screening process. First, you must be at least 21 years old and financially stable. Then you will need to complete an application to adopt, sharing your background and lifestyle. This will be checked by having a home study, and through references that you’ve provided.

Finally, you’ll need to consent to a criminal background and child abuse checks. These checks will be conducted on all adults that resides in the home.

Texas Probate Lawyers

A death in the family can be a harrowing experience, and the burden can become unyielding if you haven’t put your finances in order. When a death occurs and a Trust, Beneficiaries plans, or a right of survivorship has not been established, then property will be allocated through probate.

Probate is the process where a Texas court legally validates a deceased person’s will, if they have one, and then determines an executor. The executor will handle the payment of a deceased person’s debts and determine how remaining assets will be divided among surviving members of the family.

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What Our Clients Say

"I have worked with many law firms throughout the country and I can tell you firsthand that Don and his team truly care about their clients and will do everything in their power to maximize any potential recovery on their behalf. If you're working with Eddington & Worley, you can be sure you are in good hands. I highly recommend their services."

Gary Falkowitz

"It is such a pleasure working with Eddington & Worley and their team. Always right there to help me with any questions or updates on my case. Thanks for helping me when I needed it the most."

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