Shelly Fristoe, Central Texas Litigation Attorney
About Shelly Fristoe
Shelly Fristoe’s practice areas consist of all aspects of fiduciary litigation involving wills and trusts, including will contests, trustee liability, executor liability, beneficiary disputes, probate administration, as well as the fiduciary aspects of commercial litigation. His trial experience has involved trying over two dozen cases to verdict. Shelly has practiced before federal and state administrative agencies and has participated in arbitration hearings as an alternative to civil trials.
The path to practicing law began with Shelly’s success at Texas Tech School of Law, where he received his J.D. in 1989. In his practice, Shelly represents personal representatives and beneficiaries in probate proceedings, and defends and prosecutes probate and trust litigation cases; he compels timely accountings and distributions of estates; and he removes trustees and executors for breaches of fiduciary duty.
Shelly’s primary areas of practice:
- Fiduciary Litigation
- Wills & Trusts
- Beneficiary Disputes
- Probate Administration
- Marital Property Agreements
- Appellate Law