Kimberly Sikes, Attorney at Law, P.C. is a law firm grounded in local tradition. Founded in Cleburne by a Cleburne High graduate, we are a firm that aims to serve Cleburne citizens and the surrounding areas. As a native to Johnson County, Ms. Sikes has dedicated her career to solving the problems faced by local residents. When the Barnett Shale was being aggressively developed, we were highly involved in negotiating on behalf of Johnson County residents. In the economic crisis of 2008, we worked with local businesses, non-profit organizations and landowners to protect families and family businesses. In the current economic climate, we are dedicated to providing aggressive, cost-effective solutions to the problems encountered by our community.
Today, we are focused on Probate and Administration of Estates. We assist in probating Last Will and Testaments and guiding our clients through the responsibilities of serving as an executor or administrator of the estate. To effectively assist our clients’ changing needs, we stay informed on the most recent developments in law. We are uniquely qualified to advise and assist with the transfer of real estate and mineral estates during the probate process. We believe the best way to serve our clients is to combine cutting-edge legal strategies with a touch of local common sense.
Our broad range of knowledge and experience is a valuable asset to our clients, but in addition to being knowledgeable, we use our community contacts to creatively solve problems. Probate can be complicated, but we create solutions that are satisfying yet cost-effective for our clients. The attorney has dedicated her career to building a reputation for providing honest and ethical representation. This reputation has enabled us to advocate in an innovative way, many times outside the courtroom, that allows our clients to preserve healthy personal and business relationships.
After you read more information about our attorney, contact us to have your questions answered and to have the probate matter properly handled by a competent attorney that explains and assists in every step of the process.Attorney Contact Us