Probate Litigation Attorney in Plano

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Losing a loved one can be an earth-shattering experience and, unfortunately, surviving family members must often deal with the challenge of settling their loved one’s estate in the aftermath, especially if your loved one’s will is contested. The probate process can be time-consuming, stressful, and complicated, especially when family members begin fighting over certain assets. At the Law Offices of Dan Chern, P.C. in Plano, our probate team will provide the trusted legal guidance you need to navigate it and ensure everything is distributed according to your loved one’s wishes.

Reach out to our legal team today at (972) 200-3078 to schedule a case evaluation with an experienced probate attorney to learn more about what we can do for you.

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Guiding You Through the Probate Process

The loss of a beloved family member is challenging enough for most people to cope with, so if you are in the middle of a difficult probate process or your loved one’s will is contested, it is essential to hire an experienced attorney who can help you resolve it as smoothly and effectively as possible. Our attorneys will help identify the issues in your case and ensure your loved one’s wishes are respected.

Below are some of the reasons why a will may be contested:

  • No one served as a legal witness of the will
  • One of the beneficiaries had undue influence over the contents of the will
  • The decedent was not of sound mind when the will was created and signed
  • The decedent never signed the will

Problems with a will can result in a highly contentious litigation process, the burden of which will be felt by everyone who is involved. Our team seeks to reduce these burdens and will work tirelessly to obtain the best results. Our law firm understands the difficult nature of such cases and will safeguard your interests.

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