During the estate administration process, disputes can arise regarding numerous areas of probate law. Whether you are an executor, administrator or a beneficiary of an estate, or someone who was disinherited from an estate, you may be in a position that you have to defend an estate or raise a challenge to a will or trust.
For example, disputes typically arise when there are conflicting wills, when no will is found but someone in the family believes one had been executed, or when the will presented for probate does not reflect what the decedent had told people it said (this often arises in the case of a second marriage).
You should consult with an experienced estate lawyer to advise you of your rights, and guide you through the litigation process toward a successful resolution. Our attorneys have successfully litigated both sides of challenges to wills and trusts.