Most people find themselves in need of a probate attorney because they have been named an executor or administrator of an estate. However, there are times when family members or potential beneficiaries take issue with the terms of the trust of the actions of an administrator.
Call our firm if you believe:
- The terms of a will or trust are unjust
- The will is invalid and should be disputed
- Assets were distributed wrongfully
- The administrator, trustee, or executor breached their duty or acted in their own self-interest
These are situations in which you’d need a probate litigation attorney.
If your case goes to court, your attorney should be able to find evidence and secure testimony, then present that evidence and testimony in a compelling manner. They will also work with you to strengthen your case and improve your arguments. During this phase of the process, you can expect your lawyer to ask tough questions and present valid arguments for why the opposing side is not the rightful owner of the contested property or acted irresponsibly. This phase should be taken seriously and handled by an experienced attorney in probate law.
At the Law Office of Christopher P. Walker, we are passionate about probate law. We take pride in our ability to provide personalized legal services for each client that seeks our assistance. Our goal is to save you the stress and headache of managing this complicated legal process alone. Please contact us today for more information about how we can help ensure that your loved one’s assets are distributed according to their wishes.