It is not uncommon for surviving family to face conflict after the death of a loved one. In many cases, parties may feel the need to dispute the decedent's will due to concerns over the contents and intentions of that document. When such disputes arise, it is likely that the concerned parties will go through litigation in order to have the issues formally addressed.
Texas residents may be interested in such a dispute currently underway in another state. Reports indicated that the widow and mother of a deceased man have been in conflict over the late man's will due to the mother having been removed from it. The mother wants to obtain a copy of an earlier version of the will in order to review the contents. However, the man's wife believes her mother-in-law has no right to the previous will.