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A guardianship is the court-supervised administration for a minor or incapacitated person, known as the ward. The guardian, appointed by the court, is charged with caring for the ward and his or her property. Guardians can be very helpful. They can provide the support people need to get them through tough times. Being a guardian is also a powerful position, which unfortunately some unscrupulous people misuse.
Filing lawsuits against guardians in Texas has become much more prevalent as people have become more aware of their rights. This can be a complex process, however, and requires the assistance of an experienced attorney.
Time is important when it comes to filing lawsuits against guardians in Texas. Like many crimes, abuse of power by guardians has a statue of limitation. Therefore it is important to take action as soon as the abuse has been discovered. Records get lost and people move away or die. This can complicate the process of filing lawsuits against guardians. The best time to seek redress for wrongs done by a guardian is now.
People may identify what they think is abuse of power by a guardian, but may ignore it because it does not seem to be particularly grievous. But the identified abuse may just be the tip of the iceberg. Left unchecked that abuse can have a devastating effect on people’s lives.
For people who feel they or someone they know have been victimized by a guardian, the first step should be to contact an experienced Texas fiduciary litigation attorney. An experienced attorney can research the case and help to determine if abuse has in fact taken place. Once that determination has been made, the Texas probate attorney can advise whether or not filing a lawsuit against the guardian is the best way to address the problem and help the abused decide what course of action they want to take.
Abuse is a heinous crime. If you or someone you love is being taken advantage of by the person whose duty it is to protect them, let a Texas guardianship attorney help. Call us at (713) 636-5339 in Houston and (817) 442-2048 in Fort Worthtoday for a consultation.
Guardianship Case Case Won
Won trial to exclude wife to serve as guardian of gentleman she married that was at least twice her age.
Estate Administration Case Dispute Resolved
Successfully resolved case between two siblings fighting over cash and personal property of their father.
Probate Case Successful Verdict
Obtained verdict for daughter that reunited with her father after being estranged and offered will for probate but was contested by her sister.
Multi-Million Dollar International Estate Settlement Reached
Successfully negotiated settlement between surviving spouse and foreign advisers in multi-million dollar international estate.
Multi-Million Dollar Trust Dispute Won Summary Judgment
Won summary judgment for prominent South Texas family in multi-million-dollar trust dispute over real property.
Evidentiary Hearing Hearing Won
Won lengthy evidentiary hearing to prove client was not in contempt of court to avoid sanction or jail time.
Estate Administration & Division of Assets Dispute Resolved
Resolved highly contentious ongoing dispute over father’s estate and division of assets between son and daughter.
Multi-Million Dollar Estate Case Six-Figure Settlement Reached
Obtained six-figure settlement after jury was seated for adopted child in multi-million dollar estate case after adoption was disputed.
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With over 20 years of legal experience, Keith Morris has devoted his efforts to sharpening his skills in probate, trust, and estate planning and litigation.