Defending Wills & Defending Executors & Administrators
At Spencer Law, P.C., clients turn to us for professional representation, personal service and a dedication to resolving your matter in the most beneficial manner possible through negotiation or litigation.
Our Dallas will contest defense lawyers have decades of combined experience representing clients through even the most complex probate matters. Whether you are seeking the defense of a will, defense of an executor or the defense of an administrator, contact our firm today to schedule a free consultation.
Fort Worth Will Litigation Lawyer | Fighting To Uphold The Validity Of Your Loved One’s Will
When a will you have offered for probate has been contested, we would be proud to represent you in defending its validity either by presenting evidence that it was executed properly with the decedent having his or her capacity or that there was no undue influence. A will is one of the most important documents a person will sign in his or her entire life and, if it has been executed properly, regardless of what the end result might be, we will defend it in an effort to secure your inheritance. We are ready to go to work for and with you to uphold the will that you believe to be the true last will of a decedent.
In these situations, the contestant of the will challenges the will’s validity. The proponent of the will defends the will, attempting to uphold the will’s validity through the legal process. To discuss your situation in greater detail, we encourage you to schedule a free consultation with an attorney at our firm.
Defending An Executor | Defending An Administrator
At Spencer Law, P.C., we have extensive experience defending personal representatives. Whether you are an independent executor, dependent executor, independent administrator or dependent administrator, our firm can defend you against beneficiaries who are challenging your decisions.
An executor has many roles and responsibilities that must be fulfilled through the probate process. Failure to meet responsibilities, whether perceived or actual, can increase strife and tension in the proceedings. When individuals or parties question your decision-making capabilities, you need to be defended. Contact our firm to learn more about how we can help you.
Call Spencer Law, P.C., Today
Spencer Law, P.C., invites you to contact our law office today to schedule a free consultation. Call 214-965-9999 or email us. We are located in Dallas, Texas. We travel throughout Texas to serve our clients. Our business hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and evenings and weekends by appointment. Ask us about our hourly fee and contingency fee arrangements.