Inheritance Disputes

In order to contest a will, the services of an attorney are almost universally advised. There are various legal grounds on which to challenge the validity of a will, or to question the instructions of the deceased. You do not need to know in advance that you have a valid claim. You are not expected to be an attorney. You may simply sense a problem, and you want advice. You will find us to be down-to-earth, friendly and very knowledgeable. If we are the law firm you select, you will find us to be exceptionally hard working on your behalf. Read More...

An estate dispute may involve a will that is being contested. It could entail a challenge to a trust. Our attorneys have experience probate litigation and can provide advice, representation or mediation. Read More...

Estate litigation may involve a will, or a trust. Our attorneys have experience and skill in litigating all aspects of these kinds of disputes:

  • A beneficiary or someone denied inheritance, contesting the distribution of an estate
  • The designated heirs needing representation because a will or trust is being challenged
  • A trustee or executor is being challenged and requires legal services Read More...

Trust dispute may arise when an heir is not satisfied with the share of inheritance. There may be questions of the mental competence of the deceased when he or she planned distribution of the estate. An heir or heirs may believe that there was undue influence on the deceased as the estate was planned. Read More...

Trust litigation may be necessary in order to solve disagreements about how an estate will be distributed. It could be a dispute over how much money and property are in the estate, or how it has been managed. At times, the true wishes of the deceased may be called into question. Read More...

A will dispute can be litigated, or it can be mediated. The attorneys in our law firm have exceptional experience in both areas. They offer a background of success, coupled with a truly personal approach to the people involved in these disagreements. It is an emotional, difficult time for families. There may be anger, recrimination and a breakdown in communication. Enlisting legal representation or professional mediation can set aside the emotions and keep all parties on the road to a fair settlement. Read More...

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