The death or incapacity of a loved one can trigger a variety of emotions including fear, anger, greed, jealousy, entitlement, and hatred between surviving family members. This can lead to family members seeking to contest the provisions or validity of wills, trusts, and power of attorney forms.
Individuals often come into our offices asking us:
- What happens if no will was left?
- My sibling won’t give me a copy of my parent’s will, is that legal?
- Why was I left out of my parent’s will and what can I do about it?
- The appointed fiduciary of my family member’s estate is acting unreasonably, or illegally. What do I do?
- I think that my sibling stole our parent’s property in the months before they died. Is that legal?
These questions have answers. The attorneys at Gendelman Law Group are here to answer them for you. Whether your case involves a high-asset trust, or just the division of personal property of sentimental value, we are here to help you.
Probate litigation is complicated and cumbersome and requires the assistance of an attorney who is familiar with the probate courts. The attorneys at Gendelman Law Group are trained probate litigators, ready to help. Call Gendelman Law group at (720) 213-0687 or contact our attorneys by clicking here.