Litigation and Disputes
Challenging a trust requires expertise in overlapping financial, familial, and procedural complexities. If you have received notice from a trustee with a copy of a trust that you believe is fraudulent, click here for more information.
Once a will or other testamentary document has been offered to the court for probate, or has been admitted into probate, a person who wishes to contest the document must act immediately. Click here for more information.
Beneficiaries have rights. Do not let a trustee refuse to provide information or refuse to distribute the decedent's assets. If you feel your rights are being ignored, click here for more information.
As a trustee, you may have a duty to defend the trust in litigation. If you have received a lawsuit or Petition in the mail, click here for more information.
Trustees have a duty to account for trust assets and all actions taken by the trustee in the name of the trust. If you are a trustee and a beneficiary has demanded information, or you are a beneficiary and the trustee refuses to provide any information, click here.