Probate litigation, such as a will contest or dispute regarding an estate, involves disagreements that usually take place in the context of great emotional stress, like the death or incapacity of a loved one. It is difficult enough to deal with a family disagreement over complex legal matters. It is even harder when the family is grieving or otherwise in crisis. However, if a family is arguing over a decedent’s estate, a trust, or a guardianship and cannot resolve the matter, litigation may be the only approach to take. At such a time, the right probate attorney is needed.
Helping Families Preserve What’s Most Important
Gudorf Law Group, LLC is dedicated to making the difficult experience of probate litigation less stressful for our clients. We offer the services of attorneys who are experienced litigators with in-depth knowledge of the complicated rules of the probate court. Equally important, our attorneys are compassionate and responsive, concerned with the preservation of family relationships wherever possible, as well as the preservation of family wealth.
Gudorf Law Group, LLC regularly represents clients in all manner of probate litigation, including:
- Will and trust contests
- Interpretation of wills and trusts
- Disputes over the accounting of trust assets
- Reformation of trusts
- Actions for breach of fiduciary duties
- Fiduciary accountings
- Petitions to partition real property
- Actions to recover estate property
- Disputes regarding the inheritance of a farm
- Disputes regarding changes in beneficiary designations
- Disputes regarding gifts made by a deceased person during life
The decision to bring a dispute over a family matter into the legal arena is never easy. Whether you are initiating or defending an action in probate support, you need legal counsel who understands and respects your goals, and will advocate skillfully on your behalf.
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