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Trusted Guidance Through Estate Administration Disputes

Losing a loved one is difficult enough. The experience can be even more difficult with the decisions about distributing property and administering a will. Emotions are already high in this time of grieving, and unfortunately it is easy for families to face serious conflict.

The attorneys of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C., can help guide you and your family through probate and trust administration and help you overcome any disputes you face. We have protected families’ best interests around Central Texas for over 40 years. You can rely on our experience and our commitment to your success to get you through this challenging situation.

Disputing A Will

Only one person is responsible for administering a will or trust. It is important for this person, the executor, to remain fair and objective throughout the entire estate administration, including:

If you suspect that the executor is not handling the estate administration fairly or properly, contact our attorneys today.

You must have grounds and evidence to dispute a will. We will take the time to understand your specific needs and craft a strategic approach to achieve your goals when contesting a will or an executor’s ability.

Experienced Executor Defense

The responsibility of an executor can be overwhelming. It does not help that estate administration and probate can often bring out the worst in people, even your loved ones and family members.

At Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C., we put your needs first. With our experience and knowledge of estate planning law, you have the advantage. We will help protect your rights against any claims, including:

  • Fraud
  • Incapacity
  • Lack of validity
  • Improper influence

The legacy of your loved one is important to you and your family. We can help you protect it.

Contact Our Attorneys Today

Call our Austin offices at 512-361-2268 or fill out our online contact form to arrange a meeting with one of our estate planning lawyers today.

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