Legal Guidance When Entering Into Probate Litigation

The probate process in Oklahoma is very complicated and controlled by many state statutes and court rules. In addition to the complexities of the probate process, numerous legal as well as familial complications can arise during probate that may result in heated will contests. Having worked with families from all walks of life, each facing unique situations, we understand that these types of civil litigation matters are often highly contentious and emotional.

By working closely with you, we can help you remain focused on the issue at hand and minimize damage to existing relationships, all while working toward a timely resolution. Sometimes, however, there is no hope of salvaging a family relationship when one or more members are being unreasonable or deliberately hurtful. You can count on Helton Law Firm to be a strong advocate for you, protecting your rights and pushing back hard against those who seek to make you miserable.

An Attorney Can Help You Navigate This Emotional Process

It's important to secure representation when heading into a probate dispute. If handled without counsel, numerous issues can be overlooked or mishandled, unnecessarily restricting your rights or potentially leaving you and your interests with nothing.

Common reasons for probate litigation include:

  • Disputes over the nomination of the personal representative
  • Claims of undue influence, abuse or fraud
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Disputes over the distribution of assets and property
  • Claims of self-dealing or fraud
  • Disputes regarding life insurance proceeds
  • Disputes regarding the validity of a will or whether a different will should have been followed

Secure An Aggressive Litigation Lawyer To Protect Your Interests During Will Contests

When you contact our Tulsa, Oklahoma, law office, you will always speak directly with an attorney, have the opportunity to share your experience and benefit from advice specifically tailored to your situation.

Schedule an informational meeting by calling us at 918-928-8941 or by completing our online contact form.