Keith Taylor’s practice primarily includes probate, trust and guardianship litigation and real estate.
Keith’s experience includes all aspects of the probate administration process from admitting a will to probate, determination of heirs, inventorying estate assets, distributing estate assets to the beneficiaries, and closing the estate. Keith decided in law school to focus his practice on probate, trusts and guardianships, excelling in two probate legal clinics and all available probate courses at South Texas College of Law. After graduating law school, Keith continued his passion in probate law, helping individuals with probate administrations and estate planning. Keith also has estate planning experience, which includes drafting wills, powers of attorneys, and trusts. This probate administration and estate planning background are critical to Keith’s success now in probate, trust and guardianship litigation.
For several years, Keith represented some of the nation’s largest financial institutions and mortgage lenders with their real estate and debt collection problems, within the probate context. During this time, Keith mediated and resolved cases throughout the State of Texas which involved foreclosures, Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), Federal Debt Collection Practices Act and Texas Deceptive Collection Practices Act. His extensive experience representing creditors now helps individuals, trusts and estates protect their valuable assets.
Keith and his wife spend their weekends spoiling their two dogs and cheering on all Houston sports teams.”
- Texas State Bar, Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Section