A will is a legally binding document, created and signed by an individual for the purpose of distributing their property and assets upon their death.
If you feel your loved one was a victim of fraud, abuse, and undue influence which influenced their decisions related to their will, please consult a probate attorney specializing in estate litigation to determine if the will might be contested.
Wills and trusts are common areas of contention. Disputes can arise among beneficiaries or between fiduciaries and beneficiaries for various reasons. If you are dealing with a dispute regarding the trust or will of a deceased loved one, please call us for a consultation at 866-230-0036.