McCullough & McCullough | Lawyers Serving South Texas For Three Generations

Estate Administration
& Probate

Estate Planning

Real Estate Law

Business Law

Skillfully Protecting Your Interests During Inheritance Disputes

Ideally, wills and trusts are written clearly and concisely and there is no contest among family members. But when there is a dispute, you need to have an experienced estate and trust litigation lawyer on your side who understands the Texas probate law and will protect your interests.

Quality Legal Representation

The attorneys of McCullough & McCullough have decades of experience in estate planning and probate law. We understand the nuances that can be written into a will and how to argue ambiguity in the way the will was written or the trust was established. We have experience in dealing with situations where our client believes that the executor of the estate has not distributed all of the estate’s assets or where fraud or breach of fiduciary duty may be involved.

Investigation And Discovery

Our team goes to work uncovering any potential issues and finding as much as we can regarding the intent of the deceased, or how the trust was meant to function and where possible deviations occurred. We work diligently to bring your case to a swift and satisfactory resolution.

We don’t believe in taking unnecessary risks with our clients’ money or businesses. We use alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods, such as arbitration and mediation, to resolve issues whenever possible. We are aware that there are situations that require the intervention of a judge and jury. When this occurs, we are experienced trial lawyers with a track record of success. We will advise you as to what is best for you, your family and your long-term interests.

Contact Our South Texas Estate Litigation Attorneys

We handle probate and trust disputes in Harlingen, Brownsville, McAllen and throughout the Rio Grande Valley. To discuss your legal issue, call us at 956-320-1320 or send us an email. We can resolve many of your issues by phone, fax, email or mail. Travel to our office is not always necessary. Credit cards are accepted.

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