Hi, I’m Robert Ray and this is my story. I am a Texas attorney. I am Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. I handle cases throughout Texas. My principle office is in Lantana, Texas in the DFW area.
I am a past chair of the Texas State Bar, Computer & Technology Section. I was appointed by the Chief Justice to serve one year as an ex-officio member on the Judicial Committee on Information Technology. I have published articles in the Texas Bar Journal and an ABA journal.
I handle litigation involving inheritance disputes. I don’t prepare wills. I don’t file wills for probate or distribute estates except when we are in litigation contesting a will or protecting a will from a contest. We handle a select few cases on a contingency.
I created www.TexasInheritance.Com and this blog to help people find answers to their inheritance questions that involve litigation.
I have been in practice for more than forty years and limit my practice to litigation involving contested probate matters like inheritance disputes, will contest, related property disputes and associated torts. I created this blog and www.TexasInheritance.Com, our main site. Please browse these two sites. You may find the answers to the questions you have. If you don’t find your answer and you want to contact me privately about a litigation issue, click the button on the right.
The kinds of cases we handle:
Start Here to Learn About Contesting a Will
Clicking the Contesting A Will button below should be your starting point to learn about contesting wills in Texas. Clicking the button will take you to our main site where contesting wills is explained. It provides general information about contesting a will. This general article will lead you to specific articles on the site where you can find more detailed information about the particular question you have concerning will contests,
Obtaining your property held by others
There are times when you don’t want to contest a will but you have property through an inheritance that is held jointly with others or over which others have control or possession. You want that property under your control and possession. I can help obtain your property. Clicking the Inheritance Overview button below should be your starting point to learn about who inherits in Texas.
Holding trustees and executors accountable
Trustees and executors are fiduciaries. Fiduciaries hold property that belongs to another. Some fiduciaries cause problems. They may refuse to turn over the property to the beneficiary. They may steal the property. They may just be incompetent and confused about their obligations. They treat the property as if it is their own. Clicking the Fiduciary Overview button below should be your starting place to learn about fiduciaries.