Sometimes after the death of a family member, disagreements arise among siblings or parents and other family members. Sometimes people feel slighted or do not understand why a family member passed their assets in the way that they did. These difficult issues raise all sorts of emotions.
Whatever your reason for a will or probate dispute, I can assist you. You may not believe the will actually comport with the deceased’s wishes. It may be that the deceased was being influenced by another or did not have the mental capacity to make a will. You may be defending yourself as representative of the estate from other family members with these concerns – whether unfounded or based on solid evidence.
In any event, estate beneficiaries, and estate representatives (executors, administrators, trustees) need competent representation to protect their rights and interests.