Texas Probate Dispute Lawyers; Estate Administration Disputer Attorneys

As Texas Probate and Estate Dispute Lawyers, We Represent Clients in Fiduciary and Estate Management Claims

In Texas, personal representatives of an estate have fiduciary obligations to act in good faith and in a prudent manner in the course of administering an estate.  This means that they should avoid conflict of interest positions, they should not favor some beneficiaries over others who are similarly situated, and they should take prudent actions to safeguard and administer the estate assets for the benefit of the beneficiaries.

Unfortunately, personal representatives do not always follow the guidelines for proper estate administration.  They may also not have the financial expertise to ensure that an estate can be administered effectively.  Worse, their own personal situations can negatively influence their estate management decisions.

When probate disputes arise in estate administration, we are available to represent the beneficiaries harmed from mismanagement and other improper actions.  While much of our practice concerns cases in Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, El Paso, Corpus Christi, Victoria, and the surrounding towns and counties, our practice extends throughout Texas, as we have represented clients in more than 45 Texas counties.

Probate Disputes and Estate Mismanagement Claims

Probate and estate administration can result in many types of disputes, including:

If You Are a Beneficiary of an Estate that is Not Being Managed Properly, Please Contact Us

We understand the importance of maximizing the value of your inheritance, and we will fight on your behalf against any wrongful or misguided actions that are taking place.

Please call us so that we can meet with you and learn about your situation.  We can explain the laws and your options and how we may be able to help.  Our two partners have more than 60 years of experience collectively in representing clients in will contests, inheritance disputes, estate and trust disputes, and similar matters.


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