Will Contest & Probate Litigation Attorneys
If you live in North Texas and want to contest the will of a loved one or relative, or if you believe the believe that an executor or administrator of a will may be committing fraud, self-dealing, or other mismanagement, you need to seek the help of law firm with experience in Will Contests and Probate Litigation like the Chenault Law Firm of North Texas. Conversely, if you are an executor or an administrator of a will and a beneficiary is accusing you or you believe is preparing to accuse you of acting outside the accordance of the law or the will in question, you need to contact an experienced Will Contest & Probate Litigation team like the one at Chenault Law Firm.
If you live anywhere in the greater Denton, Texas area and have questions about contesting a will, give us a call at 972.591.0099 or fill out the form below today. The Chenault Law Firm is experienced in Business Law, Probate, Estate & Probate Litigation Services to Denton, Tarrant, Collin, Dallas and the rest of North Texas. We provide a variety of legal services including Probate, Estate, Trust Litigation, Fiduciary Litigation, Will Contests, Estate Administrations, Estate Planning, and more.
Will Contest & Probate Litigation in Texas
There are several reasons you may wish to contest a will or file a probate litigation suit in the state of Texas. These include:
- You wish to challenge the validity of a will or trust.
- You wish to dispute the interpretation of the wording or construction of a will or trust.
- You may be a beneficiary wishing to file suit against a fiduciary who failed to act in accordance with either the law or the terms of the will or trust they are responsible for faithfully executing.
DO YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT CONTESTING A WILL IN NORTH TEXAS? CONCERNED A FIDUCIARY IS NOT EXECUTING A WILL PROPERLY? THE CHENALUT LAW FIRM IS HERE TO HELP! JUST GIVE CALL US AT 972.591.0099 OR TAKE A FEW SECONDS TO QUICKLY FILL OUT THE FORM ON THIS PAGE AND WE CAN GET STARTED LOOKING AT YOUR SITUATION TODAY.
There a number of situations where a will or trust may not be valid. Perhaps the person executing the will or trust testator lacked the capacity to understand the document when they signed it. Perhaps the will or trust itself was never properly signed in accordance with Texas state law, or perhaps it was procured through fraud or under some kind of undue influence.
On the other hand, someone else may be challenging the validity of a will or trust and you may wish to preserve and defend it.
In any of these situations, your best option is to turn to an experienced attorney as quickly as possible. You do not want to leave you or the other beneficiaries of an estate or will at risk. Want to know more? Have questions? If you live in Denton or the surrounding area of North Texas, pick up the phone and call the Chenault Law Firm today.
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Have questions about your specific situation? We’d love to talk. Call the Chenault Law Firm at 972.591.0099 or simply fill out the form below on this page to talk about your case with one of our experienced lawyers. We have the experience and expertise aggressively defend your position in a will contest or any other situation related to an estate or probate issue. We are always standing by, so fill out the form below or call our offices today.