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Contesting a will can be a difficult process, and we work closely with our clients to understand the situation and fight to get you what you are due.

Texas has strict will laws, and our probate attorneys are experienced in navigating the complex court system so that you get what is fair. We’ll take a look at the facts of your case and your supporting evidence and devise a legal strategy for contesting a will in Texas.

Wills can be contested for:

Lack of Capacity

Undue Influence


Improper Execution

Forged Wills

Cost of Contesting a Will

We like to offer our clients a flat fee or contingency model when possible, but each situation is unique. To find out how much it would cost to contest a will, schedule a consultation.

During the consultation, we’ll cover pricing and next steps for fighting for what you are due.

Why You Might Need to Contest a Will

  • Doubts about the Will’s Validity: If you suspect the will was created under duress, fraud, or undue influence, it may be grounds for contestation.
  • Lack of Testamentary Capacity: Contesting a will is possible if there’s reason to believe the testator lacked the mental capacity to understand the implications of the will at the time of its creation.
  • Issues with Will Execution: A will must be executed correctly according to legal standards. Any deviation might make it contestable.
  • Outdated Will Provisions: If newer documents exist that contradict the existing will, you may have a case to contest.

How Our Services Can Help You Contest a Will

  • Assessment of Your Case: We begin by evaluating the details of your situation to determine if you have a viable case for contesting the will.
  • Legal Representation and Advice: Our attorneys provide skilled legal representation and advice throughout the contestation process.
  • Guidance through Legal Procedures: We guide you through each step of the legal process, ensuring you understand your rights and the proceedings.
  • Negotiation and Mediation: Where possible, we aim to resolve disputes through negotiation or mediation to reach a satisfactory outcome.

Who Can Benefit from Learning How to Contest a Will?

  • Beneficiaries or potential beneficiaries who believe a will does not reflect the true intentions of the deceased.
  • Family members concerned about the circumstances under which the will was written or revised.
  • Individuals named in previous iterations of the will but excluded from the current version.
  • Anyone with a legitimate interest in the estate of the deceased.

Contact Us for Expert Assistance on Contesting a Will

If you believe you have grounds to contest a will, it’s crucial to act promptly and get professional legal advice. Contact us today to discuss your situation and explore your options with our experienced attorneys.

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