In cases when mental capacity is declining, an individual may not be able to make sound decisions about their future. Also, any legal contract he or she enters into or document they sign can be challenged. If your loved one cannot make sound decisions, yet they are entering into contracts or agreement that may not benefit their best interest, the attorneys at Byrd Ramsey can help.
Unfortunately, an untrustworthy individual or family member may convince an older adult to make changes to their will or estate to take control of the assets and money. Their undue influence may require an attorney’s assistance to resolve.
At Byrd Ramsey, our Beaumont lawyers represent testators, executors, and beneficiaries in cases involving questions of competency or undue influence. Our skilled team has 100 years of combined experience to ensure your case gets the time and attention it deserves.
Contact Byrd Ramsey today to discuss your concerns regarding your loved one’s competency in making estate decisions at 409-202-2020.
Competency and Undue Influence Attorneys in Beaumont
Typically, we work with competency and undue influence clients in two categories. We represent individuals facing baseless claims of incompetence or undue influence. Also, beneficiaries and family members request representation when they feel loved ones are incompetent due to illnesses such as Alzheimer’s or dementia. When an older adult can no longer make competent decisions regarding their estate plan, Byrd Ramsey can help protect their estate.
Regardless of the situation, we help and advocate for our clients. As needed, medical experts are brought in to determine whether the individual is competent. Our firm will gather the evidence needed, including psychiatric examinations and evaluations, to assist the judge and jury in the matter,
Contact Byrd Ramsey for Competency Hearing Representation
If you feel that you need to contest your loved one’s capacity to make changes to their will or contract, Byrd Ramsey can help. If you are trying to defend allegations of undue influence or competency, our undue influence lawyers are here to help. Call us at 409-202-2020 to discuss your case or contact us online.