Houston Attorney for Will Contests
The process of administering a will after someone dies is known as probate. While probate can be a straightforward process, it is not uncommon for the parties involved to run into disputes and disagreements.
When the validity of a will is in question, or if any other probate-related dispute has arisen, it is important to seek legal help as soon as possible. These issues can quickly escalate and become more costly and time-consuming to settle.
With help from an experienced Houston probate lawyer from De Lange Hudspeth, you can address your issue promptly and efficiently. Please call our law office today to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.
Resolving Will Contests
Our firm represents executors, beneficiaries, family members, and other parties involved in various will disputes:
- Undue influence: If you believe that the creator of the will (testator) was unfairly influenced by another individual when the will was created, talk to an attorney from our firm to learn what options may be available.
- Incapacity: If the testator lacked mental capacity to create a will, the will may not be valid.
- Challenges to the validity of a will: Not all wills are enforceable in court. If a will is not properly signed or if an error was made when the document was created, it may not be valid.
- Other issues: When an individual has more than one will, when the administrator commits fraud or theft, when documents are forged, or when any other issue arises, we can help you determine a course of legal action.
Contact an Estate Litigation Lawyer: Contesting a Will in Texas
If you are involved in a will contest or any other dispute that has arisen during the probate process, please contact us