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Probate litigation matters can rip families apart

Probate litigation is a serious matter that can rip families apart. The issue is that everyone sees the litigious matter as something personal. This can make it difficult for them to think logically about it, which just makes things more difficult to resolve. We understand that you want to ensure that your loved one's wishes are followed, and we are here to help you work toward that goal.

Sibling rivalry might appear after the death of a parent

There are many things that might lead to discontent when the final wishes of a deceased loved one are read. Some heirs might think that the will is unfair, which can cause problems with the individuals who are still living. When this occurs, trying to figure out ways to cope with the situation is a challenge.

Tips for handling a will contest

When a loved one passes away, you are likely going to experience a range of emotions. This can make it difficult to think clearly and make important decisions; however, if your loved one's estate plan isn't the one that you were aware of, you might have to make a big decision now. Do you allow the estate plan to close out without alerting anyone about the issue or do you contest it?

The estate process can become complex sometimes

The probate process is mystifying to some people; however, it doesn't have to be. In the simplest of terms, probate is meant to transfer the assets of the decedent to the rightful heirs. This is done based on the estate plan of the person. If the person doesn't have one, the case will follow the intestate guidelines of the state.

Probate litigation is complex but it serves an important purpose

Estate plans are a set of instructions about the handling of possessions after individuals pass away. These plans are usually followed without any issues, but there are some instances in which people who are left behind don't believe that the way things are set up are truly indicative of what the person wanted. We can let you know if you have legal grounds to contest a will or fight back against an estate plan component that you believe isn't correct.

Only certain people have a legal standing to contest a will

Challenging a will isn't something that can be done by just anyone. The law has things pertaining to a will set up so that only specific people can challenge the contents of the will. People or entities who don't have a legal interest in the will can't challenge it.

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