Navigating Probate Litigation
The probate process can be a lengthy and challenging endeavor to resolve. It only becomes more challenging when contestations are involved. Whether you find yourself challenging a part of the probate process or defending someone’s last wishes, going through it alone can risk the worst possible outcome in your legal challenges. Instead of taking unnecessary risks in these situations, let a team of skilled attorneys help you. Call Sullivan, Klocke, Evans & Goenawein, P.C., today to schedule a consultation to discuss how our lawyers can assist you.
At Sullivan, Klocke, Evans & Goenawein, P.C., we have more than 74 years of combined experience representing clients across Texas with their probate litigation needs. We are prepared to fight tirelessly to defend the best interests of our clients, and our collaborative approach to these cases can be the advantage you need in your litigation matters.
Taking All Forms Of Litigation
When administrating an estate, there are many different ways someone may contest the process. Our role as your legal representation is to gather all the information in your unique situation to develop a custom-tailored strategy through types of litigation, including:
- Fiduciary litigation
- Defense of wills and trusts
- Trust contests and trust administration
- Guardianship contest
- Will contests
- Estate administration issues
Whatever side of the litigation you find yourself on in these cases, you deserve a skilled Texas attorney standing by your side. When you choose us to represent you, you will have a team of lawyers helping you. We take a collaborative approach to our work to make the most of every legal mind on our team to benefit our clients. This representation method helps ensure that we provide our clients with our best efforts to help them.
Understanding The Intricacies Of Partition To Resolve Conflict
Probate litigation often involves intricate real property disputes. Sometimes, the best way of resolving a difficult property-related conflict in probate is to pursue a partition of the property in court. Whether it is undeveloped land, a family ranch, a farm, or your loved one’s house, when you want to split it between the owners, Texas law has provisions to do so in the court where the property is located. After the court agrees to the partition and grants the division, parties can own their share outright.
It is important to keep in mind that when property is divided, if someone only has rights to use it for a certain time or until they pass away, splitting it will not infringe on the rights of anyone else who might inherit it later. Our lawyers at Sullivan, Klocke, Evans & Goenawein, P.C. can help you understand your legal options. We can guide you through this complicated process and represent your interests in any disputes or litigation related to dividing property, ensuring that your rights are protected.
Get Peace Of Mind In Your Litigation
If you believe you will deal with probate litigation, let it go to the professionals instead. Call our office at 972-854-7553 or email us here and schedule your free initial consultation with us today.