Texas Statute of Limitations Limits Your Time to Contest a Will! If you have an inheritance question including a dispute involving wills, trust, mismanaged estates or inheritance rights, you need to take action now. Each state has statutes of limitation that will prohibit you from taking any action if you wait too long.

It is important that you contact an attorney as soon as you suspect that there is a problem with an estate in which you have an interest. Even if you don't have a current interest but only a future interest it is necessary to contact an attorney now. If you wait, the estate may be dissipated and nothing will be left for you or your children.

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Robert Ray is Board Certified

Robert Ray is the Editor and owner of this site. Board Certified, Personal Injury Trial Law — Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

We handle cases throughout Texas. Our principal office is in Tyler, Texas.

Robert Ray, Texas inheritance attorney.Click here to email us or to go to the contact form if you want to contact us about a Texas inheritance dispute.

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