What do I do if I think a will is fraudulent?

If you believe a will was forged, is fraudulent or the decedent either didn’t have the mental capacity to make the will or was coerced or tricked into signing a will, you need to object to the probate of the will. If you don’t, the division of assests will be determined by the will. There are time limits which can bar your rights to object to the will so you need to contact a capable attorney as soon as possible. In 2011 Ron Salazar successfully tried a case in Bexar County Texas Probate Court and can help you with your “will contest.” Call Ron Salazar at (210 627-9000 for a free initial consultation.