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If you have concerns about a Will or Trust, there are very specific time limits for contesting a Will or a Trust.

If you feel that any of the following have taken place, contact us for help.

  • Undue Influence
  • Elder Abuse
  • Withholding Information
  • Mismanagement of the Estate
  • Capacity
  • Lack of Clarity in a Will or Trust
  • Contesting a Will
  • Mediation
  • Trust Disputes
  • Restraining Orders

For more information and help about how to protect what has been rightfully left to you by a loved on follow this link.

Temple City Probate and Estate Litigation

The most common misconception about Probate is that if you have a Will, you do not have to go through the Probate process. This is actually the exact opposite of how Probate works!

2623583_origA Will, by definition, must go through Probate. The Probate Court rules on the validity of a deceased person’s Will, interprets the instructions of the deceased, appoints an executor or personal representative of the estate, and then decides the interests of heirs and other parties who may have claims against the estate.

We represent executors and administrators of an estate who require appointment by a Probate Court. Once appointed, we can work closely with you to:

  • Publish your estate
  • Bond your estate
  • Protect your assets during the probate process
  • Collect and inventory your assets
  • Help value your assets
  • Pay debts, taxes and expenses of the estate
  • Address beneficiary questions and concerns
  • Resolve disputes
  • Give notice to creditors
  • Resolve creditor claims
  • Sell real property
  • File an accounting with the court
  • Make final distribution of the assets