ESTATE AND TRUST DISPUTES
- Will Caveats
- Declaratory Judgment actions
- Fiduciary Litigation
- Actions to remove Executors and Trustees
- Family Settlement Agreements
Our attorneys have successfully represented clients in numerous will caveat cases (“will contests”), which have been resolved either at trial or through a settlement agreement. We have extensive experience in dealing with Will Caveats in which a Decedent’s Will has been contested based on lack of testamentary capacity, undue influence, or other grounds.
Our attorneys have years of experience and success in assisting clients in resolving conflicts in the administration and interpretation of Wills and Trusts through the use of Family Settlement Agreements and Declaratory Judgments.
In addition, we have a wealth of experience and expertise in actions to remove fiduciaries who have not timely and appropriately administered Trusts and Estates. Our attorneys also have a wide range of experience in litigation involving fiduciaries under Powers of Attorneys, Trusts, and Wills, based on breach of fiduciary duty, constructive fraud, constructive trust, conversion, undue influence, and other claims.