Do you feel you’ve been unfairly cut from a will or cheated out of your inheritance? Do you believe your loved one’s true wishes are being ignored? You may be able to contest a will you believe is wrong, but you need to act now. Our lawyers are here to determine whether you have a claim and assist you with demanding your fair share. We’ll investigate your case to help you fight for your full inheritance.
Similar to a will, a family trust is a way for a person to inherit property and assets from a loved one. If you are a beneficiary, you can challenge a trust for a variety of reasons, such as:
- the trust contains mistakes
- the trustee mishandled the estate
- the deceased was coerced or mentally unable to authorize the trust
Call us today. If we find grounds for challenging a will or trust, our lawyers may be able to get you the inheritance you deserve.
Abuse of Power of Attorney
As your loved one grows older, you may give power of attorney to a friend or family member to make important financial and medical decisions. When that trust is betrayed, it can cause enormous financial problems for your loved one and impact your entire family forever. If your loved one is the victim of power of attorney abuse, call us today.
What is Probate?
Probate is the standard legal process for proving a will in court. In probate court, the deceased’s debts are paid by the estate, and the remaining assets are distributed according to the will. Before the estate is closed, probate court is also the venue for challenging a will, trust, or power of attorney. Without an experienced lawyer on your side, it can be difficult to make a successful challenge at probate court. Let our probate lawyers represent you.
In Most Cases, No Attorney Fees Unless We Get Results
For most trust disputes and will contest cases, you will pay no attorney fees unless we get you results. We will review your information, answer your questions, and determine if you have a case at no cost to you. Call us anytime—24/7—or fill out our free online form right now to speak with a member of our Fair Share Lawyers team.
Your consultation and case evaluation are always free and confidential. For cases where power of attorney has been abused, a no “fee” arrangement may be available depending on the specific facts and circumstances surrounding each case.