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Will Contest Attorney

Estate Planning, Probate, & Guardianship

Fighting for Fair Treatment in a Will Contest

Frisco Probate Litigation Attorney

When disputes arise over the validity of provisions in a Last Will and Testament, or the validity of the entire Will, the distribution of assets can suffer lengthy delays. Now you are entangled in a messy probate dispute that could drive a wedge between you and other family members.

At Albin Oldner Law, PLLC, we recognize how distressing probate litigation can be. We strive to reduce costs, speed up a final resolution, minimize tensions and preserve valued relationships with other beneficiaries. We work hard to avoid a lengthy and contentious trial by pursuing equitable settlements when possible.

If you need to challenge a Will, consult a probate lawyer as early in the probate process as possible. Texas inheritance law places a statute of limitations on bringing beneficiary claims in court. Missing that deadline means you have lost your chance to challenge an invalid Will.

Call (214) 423-5100 or contact us online to schedule a consultation at our law office. Our firm represents beneficiaries throughout North Texas.

Do You Have Standing to Contest a Will?

Standing refers to the legal right to pursue a claim in probate court or civil court. According to the Texas Estates Code, a Last Will and Testament can be contested by anyone who has a stake in the case, such as:

What are the Grounds to Contest a Will?

Texas courts do not allow you to challenge a Will just because you believe it is unfair or not what you were promised. The law establishes specific grounds upon which you can bring a case to court. Some of these grounds include:

Consult a Probate Litigator about Contesting a Will

Talk to an experienced and dedicated estate planning lawyer at Albin Oldner Law, PLLC. We serve clients in McKinney, Celina, Allen and communities throughout Denton County

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