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The probate attorneys at Spencer & Johnson, PLLC welcome your questions and, if agreeable, represent you in a court of law relating to any decedent’s estate, trust, or when someone you know that needs a guardian.

No matter what side of a will contest or trust fight you are on, we will provide you with solid and reliable legal counsel and representation. Founder and Texas estate attorney, Kevin Spencer, has spent over 20 years assisting clients with challenging legal matters, representing his clients and appearing as their representative in court. He and his team of dedicated professionals care about you and your case and will see it through to the end by settlement, trial to the court or jury, or an appeal. We are ready to serve you!

Spencer & Johnson, PLLC will advise you of your rights and develop with you the best possible strategy to protect your rights and aggressively pursue your claims or defend your case. Call our office as soon as possible because time can be of the essence in a will contest, trust contest, guardianship situation, fiduciary dispute, or inheritance matter. We will schedule a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers today. We will come to see you if it is more convenient. If you would like us to contact you, complete the simple form below.

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