While it can be challenging to go through even the most basic probate case, when matters are contested, it can create a very confusing and frustrating situation. If you are involved in probate litigation in the Dallas area, we encourage you to turn to the Law Offices of Dan Chern, P.C. for legal counsel and representation you can trust and depend on.
Why Should You Choose the Law Offices of Dan Chern, P.C.?
With more than a decade and half of proven legal experience and a track record of success both in and out of the courtroom, our probate attorney in Dallas is the advocate you want on your side. We provide practical and personalized legal solutions that work to safeguard your best interests.
- We offer personal strategies and compassionate counsel
- We prepare every case for trial
- Dan Chern is a seasoned litigator and former Municipal Judge
- We help our clients protect what matters most
Our firm understands how stressful the probate process can be, especially when litigation is involved. That is why we are here to help you navigate your case to a positive outcome.
"Our firm is proud to be led by Attorney Dan Chern, who is a passionate legal advocate for individuals, families, and corporations. As a litigation attorney, he handles a wide range of business-related cases, including matters related to real estate, elder law, employment law, and estate planning. He is dedicated to delivering the highest quality of representation possible in order to secure favorable results for the men and women he represents."Read Full Bio
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At the Law Offices of Dan Chern, P.C., we understand how devastating probate litigation can be to loved ones and family members. That is why we seek to resolve these matters as efficiently and favorably as possible. When probate litigation arises over a contested will, you can rest assured knowing we are prepared to help. First, we will identify the issue and reason for litigation and work with you to ensure your loved one’s final wishes are rightfully carried out throughout the probate process.
The following are grounds on which a will may be contested:
- The deceased was not considered sound of mind when the will was signed
- A beneficiary or heir had undue influence over the will’s contents
- The deceased never signed the will before passing away
- There was no legal witness of the will
When discrepancies with the deceased's will lead to probate litigation, it can be a burden on all individuals involved. Our law firm is here to take on that legal burden and uncover the truth in the situation. We can investigate documents, interview witnesses, and determine whether any of the issues brought up regarding the will are valid or not.
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