Section Focus

A panel of four men in suits sits at a table facing right at a three-quarter angle.A large audience of professionally-dressed adults sit in several rows of folding chairs, facing left.The purpose of the Probate, Trusts & Estates Section is to promote the objectives and standards of professionalism of the Houston Bar Association within the field of probate, trusts & estates.

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Upcoming Events

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Section Officers

Chair
Molly Dear Abshire, Wright Abshire, Attorneys, PC

Immediate Past Chair
Bridget O’Toole, Schlanger, Silver, Barg & Paine, LLP

Chair Elect
Paul Strug, Weycer Kaplan Pulaski & Zuber, P.C.

Vice Chair
Leslie Amann, Sentinel Trust Company

Secretary
Gus Tamborello, Gus G. Tamborello, P.C.

Treasurer
Fatima Breland, The Breland Law Firm

History of Probate, Trusts & Estate Section Chairs

Bylaws of the Probate, Trusts & Estates Section

Member Details

Section Members: 529
Section Dues: $25

Section Notes

Visit the Probate, Trusts & Estate website at www.hbaprobate.org

Law Student Policies

Scholarships
$1000 to one student from each local law school. Offered in the Spring semester. Each school selects a winning student based upon enrollment in classes related to probate, trusts and estate, exemplary success in a related subject area, and plans to work in a related field. Contact Aaron Dobbs (Gray Reed & McGraw) at (713) 986-7238.

Meetings
No charge for students.