Texas Will Forgery Lawyer & Texas Deed Forgery Lawyer Handles Texas Forged Will Lawsuits and Texas Forged Deed Lawsuits by Texas Forged Will Lawyer and Texas Forged Deed Lawyer Jason S. Coomer
Texas Will and Deed Forgery Lawyer Jason Coomer handles forgery lawsuits where people have illegally forged a Will, Trust, or a deed and illegally taken inheritance or real property. He represents families, heirs, beneficiaries, and rightfull landowners who have had significant wealth taken from them through forged documents. To review a potential forged Will, Trust, Deed, or other forged document case, he needs a copy of the forged document. Further, his experts will need access to the original forged document as well as original signatures to compare to the forged document.
For questions about a Texas Forged Will Lawsuit, Texas Forged Deed Lawsuit, Texas Forged Trust Lawsuit, or other Forged Document Lawsuit feel free to e-mail Texas Will Fraud Lawyer Jason S. Coomer or use our contact form.
Texas Forged Will Lawsuits Are Typically Brought as Will Contest Lawsuits
Texas Will forgery lawsuits are usually filed as Will contest lawsuits. In these lawsuits, it is helpful to file the Will contest prior to the Will being admitted to probate and an executor being appointed. This early filing is not necessary, but it can be beneficial in preventing the Will forger from being able to use estate assets to defend the forged Will.
Texas Will Contest claims are extremely common, but it is important to make sure that any contest is supported by evidence. Further, it is important to gather evidence including potential witnesses, documentation of fraud or forgery, and any other evidence to support a contest early in any case.
Texas Forged Deed Lawsuits
Under Texas law, any person who forges a Texas real property deed commits a crime. Further, forged deeds pass no title to real property. That being said, if someone forges a deed to your real property, contact a Texas forged deed lawyer to clear title and reclaim your property. It is important not to delay in reclaiming your real property.
Under Texas Forged Deed Law A Forged Deed Passes No Title
A void instrument passes no title, and is treated as a nullity. A forged deed is void ab initio. Lighthouse Church of Cloverleaf v. Tex. Bank, 889 S.W.2d 595, 601 (Tex.App.-Houston [14th Dist.] 1994, writ denied); Dwairy v. Lopez, 243 S.W.3d 710, 712 (Tex. App.-San Antonio 2007, no pet.) (citing Hennessy v. Blair, 173 S.W. 871, 874 (Tex. 1915)); see also Commonwealth Land Title Ins. Co. v. Nelson, 889 S.W.2d 312, 318 (Tex. App.-Houston [14th Dist.] 1994, writ denied) (“when a document is void or void ab initio it is as if it did not exist because it has no effect from the outset”).
Will Fraud and Deed Fraud Can Also Be The Basis of Fraud and Breach of Fiduciary Duty Lawsuits
Texas Will Fraud Lawyer Jason Coomer handles breach of fiduciary duty lawsuits and claims where probate fraud, guardian fraud, executor fraud, Will fraud, deed fraud, misuse of a power of attorney, or other malfeasance has occurred. As a Texas Will Fraud Lawyer & Texas Will Forgery Lawyer, he helps beneficiaries, heirs, and families seek compensation from Executors that have intentionally stolen or negligently lost money and other property from an estate.
Texas Administrator and Executor Fraud Lawyer & Breach of Fiduciary Duty Lawsuits
Administrators and Executors have a duty under Texas probate law to properly manage and distribute an estate. Administrators have to take an oath to fulfill Texas law in managing an estate. Failure to comply with Texas probate can result in a breach of fiduciary duty lawsuit against the administrator for failure to comply with the decedent's wishes.
Administrators who commit fraud or lose or destroy assets in an estate can be held responsible under Texas law for wrongful acts. If you are an heir or beneficiary of a estate that has been mismanaged, it is important to hire a Texas Negligent or Fraudulent Administrator Lawyer that can help rightful heirs and beneficiaries seek compensation for theft or negligence by an administrator.
Texas Inheritance Fraud Lawyer & Lawsuits
Unfortunately, there are people out there that will commit fraud and other wrongful acts to steal inheritance from others. Some of these people will forge and create fraudulent Wills, destroy valid Wills, or just go to a recently deceased person's house and start taking things. Whether these people are family members, step relatives, or opportunists, it is important to have Texas Inheritance Fraud Lawyer that can help rightful heirs and beneficiaries prove that inheritance fraud has occurred and seek compensation for the theft.
Travis County Texas Forged Will and Forged Death Lawyer
As a Travis County Texas Forged Will, Trust, and Deed Lawyer, Jason Coomer handles Texas forgey cases throughout Travis County. Further, he helps families in West Lake, Bee Cave, Lakeway, Sunset Valley, Hudson Bend, Lago Vista, Briar Cliff, Volente, Pflugerville, Rollingwood, Allandale, and Brentwood. He also helps families in Hancock, Heritage, Highland, Hyde Park, North University, Northfield, Old Enfield, Rosedale, Skyview, West Campus, Farwest, Highland Park West, Tarrytown, West Austin, Westlake Hills, Barton Hills, Bartons Bluff - Spyglass, Battle Bend Springs, Bouldin Creek, Cherry Creek, Dawson Galindo, Shady Hollow, South Congress (SoCo), South Lamar Travis Heights, Barton Creek, Circle C Ranch, Lake Pointe, Rollingwood, Westcreek, Balcones Wood, Cat Hollow, Copperfield, Gracywoods, Mesa Park, Milwood, River Oaks, River Place, Round Rock, Wells Branch, Arboretum, Canyon Creek, Cat Mountain, Great Hills, Laurel Oaks, Northwest Hills, Northwood, Steiner Ranch, and other small towns and neighborhoods in and around Travis County, Texas.
As an Austin Texas Probate Lawyer, Jason Coomer, handles probate lawsuits, probate disputes, inheritance lawsuits, probate matters, and inheritance issues in Central Texas including Travis County, Williamson County, Hays County, Blanco County, Bexar County, and Comal County.
Texas Forged Will, Deed, and Trust Lawyers Works With Lawyers Throughout Texas and the United States on Large Fraud and Forgery Lawsuits
Texas Forged Will, Deed, and Trust Lawyer works with other lawyers on large estates and probate matters throughout Texas including Houston Lawyers, Dallas Lawyers, El Paso Lawyers, Laredo Lawyers, Fort Bend County Lawyers, Corpus Christi Lawyers, and Tyler Lawyers.
Texas Forged Will, Deed, and Trust Lawyer Jason Coomer handles a variety of Texas inheritance lawsuits. For questions on Texas Forged Will, Deed, and Trust Lawsuits, please e-mail Austin Inheritance Lawyer Jason S. Coomer at email@example.com or use our contact form.
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