Will Contests Attorney
If you believe that a loved one’s will was procured by the undue influence of another, by fraud or that the Testator had an insane delusion or was unable to understand what he or she was doing when their will was executed, you might have grounds to file a will contest. Contact our Will Contest Attorney in Dallas, Frisco TX area today!
Trust Litigation Attorney
You might have a copy of a will signed by the Testator earlier in time when there was no question about the Testator’s capacity. If you believe that the will being offered for probate is not the Testator’s last valid will and testament it is better to file your will contest prior to the questionable will being admitted to probate. When you are involved in a will contest you need an experienced probate litigator or will contest attorney in Dallas to protect your inheritance rights. Contact our estate probate lawyer in Dallas, Frisco TX area today!
You might be a beneficiary of a trust where you believe the Trustee has breached his or her fiduciary duty to you by failing to disclose material trust information, providing trust distributions, by self-dealing or theft. You might be the Trustee who is being sued by a beneficiary or a Co-Trustee. Whatever your situation is, you need legal representation to protect your rights.
The number one issue about your case is what the trust document provides for in terms of the beneficiaries and the Trustee’s powers. Depending on the circumstances of your trust situation, your case could be filed in District Court or Probate Court. You need an experienced trust fiduciary litigation attorney or estate probate lawyer in Dallas, Frisco TX to help you.
If your elderly parent, adult friend, child or loved one suffers from dementia, Alzheimer’s or is in an accident leaving them incapacitated, they are susceptible to the undue influence of family members, friends or third parties. When a person is unable to manage their financial affairs or make medical or healthcare decisions it might be time to file for guardianship for their person (to make healthcare and living arrangement decisions) or for their estate (to make financial decisions, pay bills and protect their assets) or both. If this scenario sounds familiar, you need the services of an experienced guardianship attorney or Estate Administration Attorney in Dallas, Frisco TX area.
Probate and Guardianship articles from our blog
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by Donna J. Yarborough – Pursuant to the Texas Estates Code, only “heirs at law” can inherit from a decedent who doesn’t leave a Last Will and T...
- Donna J. Yarborough at the 2020 North Texas Probate Bench Bar
Shareholder Donna Yarborough contributes to another successful 2020 North Texas Probate Bench Bar Congratulations to Donna J. Yarborough for her contr...
- A Plan Today Will Keep Probate Court Away
by Donna J. Yarborough – It is always wise to be proactive in handling or preparing for the future. You never know what life has in store, but...
- Watch Out For Your Relatives!
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- Kudos to Donna Yarborough
The Firm is proud to announce that attorney Donna Yarborough sat on the Planning Committee for the first ever North Texas Probate Bench Bar held at th...