Lori Ashmore Peters
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Helping Dallas area families with all of their legal Estate Planning, Probate and Business Planning needs.

In order for a Last Will and Testament to be valid in the State of Texas, it must meet certain requirements.

One of the most important requirements is if the signer (also known as the testator) had capacity when signing the Will. Another requirement is that a notary and two witnesses must be present during the signing of the Will. However, in certain instances, a Will can be valid with the presence of just two witnesses.

If you are the beneficiary of an estate and feel that the Will does not meet the requirements in Texas, you have the option to contest the Will.

Contesting a Will is not always easy. We recommend you seek the advice of an experienced Probate Attorney.

Are You Interested in Contesting a Will in Dallas, Texas?

Call our office at 214-559-7202 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced probate attorneys.