Dallas Probate Lawyers
Will Contests, Inheritance Disputes, & Litigation
Yes, our lawyers service many Dallas clients. Estates, trusts, probate and other issues involving inheritance and property are necessarily complicated. Unfortunately, sometimes there is a potential for disputes or even litigation. You may need an attorney to clarify and protect your rights.
dallasprobateattorneys.com brings together a team of highly motivated attorneys. Our process begins with an initial consultation where we learn about you and your needs, the facts of any potential litigation or work task, and then provide some initial legal advice.
Our goals are to protect your rights under Texas law and work fervently to be the best lawyers for you and your needs.
You Have Rights.
We Enforce Them.
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Daily, our lawyers counsel with and guide executors, trustees, beneficiaries, heirs, surviving spouses and children through the process of estates, trust, wills, and probate under Texas law. We proudly serve Dallas, Texas, as probate dispute, trust or estate litigation or what is commonly called a “Dallas will contest attorney.”
Our goal for our Dallas clients is to identify the legal process under Texas Law that is the best fit for the situation, identify the rights, interests and goals of the client and pass along our decades of experience in trust, estate and probate matters to pursue the client’s objectives as efficiently as possible.
DALLAS PROBATE ATTORNEYS: CONSULTATION
The facts of any situation are unique. So are your personal needs and interests. Then, there is the complexity of the law in Texas. While reading a website and doing Internet research is a good first step, none of this can substitute for a strong, working relationship with a motivated attorney. Is our legal team right for you? The best way to find out is to schedule a consultation. A lawyer will review the facts of your situation against the laws of Texas and then give advice on the best course of action. We offer convenient phone appointments so whether you are in or near Dallas, Texas, it’s easy to speak with an attorney.
FACTOID: DALLAS TEXAS
Among those settlers was John Beeman, who planted the first corn crop upon his arrival, in April 1842. In the election to annex Texas into the Union, Dallas residents supported the move at their own polls. The Peters Colony transplants soon spread news of the good conditions in what was now called Dallas, and the population of this new Texas town increased rapidly. In 1850, the town became the permanent seat of Dallas County. Dallas was officially incorporated as a town in 1860, with 2,000 residents and its first mayor, Samuel Pryor. As Dallas prepared to enter the Civil war, public debates about this issue of secession were held and a volunteer company of soldiers was assembled. In July, a fire burned down most of the business district. Arson was suspected and two abolitionists were run out of town and three slaves were hung. The remaining slaves were beaten. The business district was rebuilt by December, but because the town was experiencing runaway growth, there was a housing shortage. In 1861, Dallas County and the state seceded from the Union, and sent volunteers and supplies when the war spilled over into Texas on June 8. Post-Civil War After the Civil War, Dallas experienced another growth spurt that brought with it former slaves, outlaws, and unfair price structures for crops. The first passenger train came through Dallas from the Houston and Texas Central Railroad, in 1872.