Texas Estate Litigation Lawyers
Call (979) 227-4888 For Estate & Probate Litigation Help
Estate litigation is a specialized area of law that should only be handled by an experienced attorney. At Waltman & Grisham Attorneys at Law, our clients entrust us with their most personal legal matters. With more than 30 years of experience to our name, we are the firm to turn to for proven results.
During our 30+ years practicing law, we’ve developed a specific skillset to uniquely position our estate litigation clients for success – both in and out of the courtroom. If you’re currently dealing with a will contest or any other type of estate / probate-related matter, do not hesitate to contact us for help.
About Our Estate Litigation Practice
At Waltman & Grisham Attorneys at Law, we handle several types of estate and probate matters. We can help you with litigation concerning:
- Collection of Judgments
- Conflicts of Interest
- Family Partnerships Disputes
- Undue Influence
- Will Contests
Waltman & Grisham Attorneys at Law can be trusted to handle all of your trust and estate litigation needs. We encourage you to contact us today for help.
Call (979) 227-4888 For A Free Consultation
With thorough preparation and a constant drive to win, we develop resolutions for our clients that are designed with a foundation for victory. We approach every case with intention and skill, and we do so with the mission to yield favorable results for the clients we represent.
Firm believers that legal representation should be tailored to fit the individual needs of our clients, we are not in the business of applying a one-size-fits-all approach to the cases we handle. The minute the attorney-client relationship is formed, we begin thinking about how to best position your case for ultimate success.
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Waltman & Grisham
Serious Injury, Civil Trial, Family Law
1470 Copperfield Parkway
College Station, TX 77845
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