Will Contests Attorney

Houston, Texas and surrounding areas

Not all wills are final and valid.

A will is not considered to be automatically valid when it is signed. The law requires the decedent, upon signing, must be of clear state of mind, must understand his or her own actions and must be free of undue influence and/or duress.

To challenge a will, a person who has standing, such as a surviving spouse, child, grandparent or other relative, must challenge one or more of the following conditions:

  • Lack of mental capacity
  • Statutory validity of the will
  • Executor misconduct, trustee misconduct, or other Breach of Fiduciary Duty
  • Undue influence
  • Forgery
  • Misapplication or theft of estate propery

 

Our firm will help protect your interests and assert your rights in a will contest.

We Fight for YOUR Rights.

Contact The Camberg Law Firm today to schedule a free case evaluation. All initial consultations are free. The majority of our cases handled are on a contingency fee basis which means under this type of agreement you will not be charged a fee unless you recover compensation. We also handle cases on an hourly basis or a mixed hourly/contingency basis.

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