Kenna Seiler is Board Certified in Civil Appellate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. She has worked as appellate counsel in all stages of complex litigation, including working with trial counsel to protect and preserve the record prior to and during trial, as well as presenting appeals to all levels of appellate courts through the Texas Supreme Court.
We’re an action-oriented law firm with a strong reputation in Montgomery County. We’re as well-connected as any local law firm can be and we take great pride in our history of serving our clients. By combining the best aspects of the traditional small-town general practice of law with sophisticated legal skills, The Seiler Law Firm constantly strives to advance the interests of its clients.
Commercial and Business Litigation
If a dispute arises that needs to be litigated, our attorneys are fully prepared to aggressively advocate for you in the courtroom. We are very familiar with the courts in Montgomery County as well as in surrounding counties. Our firm has successfully litigated matters involving:
Lack of payment
Real estate contract disputes
The administration of an estate including wills may lead to disputes. We have the experience and knowledge to help you administer your loved one’s estate in the manner they would have wanted.
Most probate matters in our area are restricted to certain courts—we know the practice and procedure of these courts, allowing us to obtain results for our clients effectively and efficiently.
We routinely use negotiation, mediation and arbitration to handle probate litigation disputes. We strive to create creative solutions that protect our clients’ interests.
We communicate in a clear and understandable manner. We will take the time to make certain you are aware of all of the details of your case. When you have a decision to make, you will be fully aware of the possible outcomes related to each option that is available to you.
There are many potential reasons to create a guardianship. At The Seiler Law Firm, we frequently help families with unique circumstances that require this court-appointed relationship, such as:
Parents of adult children with special needs
Families with a loved one who becomes mentally disabled
Families of individuals with terminal illness
Families of elderly who become incapacitated
Families of minor children whose parents have suddenly died
Ms. Seiler is active in the local, state, and national disability community and can guide parents and loved ones through this process with knowledge and compassion.
If you discover that the decisions your husband, wife, parent, relative or friend once made, are now being neglected, your assistance may be needed. An adjudicated disabled adult is a person 18 years of age or older who, by decision of a judge or jury, is found to lack the capacity to manage the essential requirements for their own physical health or safety. When a judge or jury finds that an adult lacks this capacity, the court may appoint a Guardian for the disabled adult.
In Texas, there are orderly legal and judicial procedures in place to ensure the rights of the disabled person / Proposed Ward. Consequently, while you may feel that a guardianship is in your loved one’s best interest, it is equally important that you are aware of the responsibilities associated with the guardianship process.