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Complex Probate Matters

Executors and trusties have a fiduciary duty to ensure that the terms of a will and trust holdings are transferred according to terms and conditions of the estate holder. This place a significant amount of legal responsibility on the shoulders of the person entrusted with handling the probate matters.

If you have been named executor, family representative or trustee for a deceased estate holder and the Greater Houston metropolitan area, learn about your fiduciary liability before you sign any paperwork or handle any of the details of probate.

Breach Of Fiduciary Duty Litigation

If you feel an executor or trustee has failed to meet their full fiduciary responsibility, or if you are being accused of breaching your fiduciary duties, get sound legal counsel on your side as soon as possible. We are a team of experienced probate litigation attorneys with years of successful representation.

Attorneys at Showalter Colgin & Davis, PLLC, in Richmond, Texas, have years of experience helping families through the property transfer and probate process. Call to arrange an opportunity to meet with one of our lawyers today.

Our full range of probate and estate services includes:

  • Executor and trustee legal counsel
  • Disputed will and trust resolution, contested will litigation
  • Ancillary probate for out-of-state estates with Texas property
  • Residential and commercial real estate title transfer
  • Testamentary trust setups
  • Charitable giving


Call us at 888-627-4042, or send a confidential email to arrange an opportunity to discuss your fiduciary duties with our lawyers in Richmond, Texas.