Probate & Trust Litigation
Probate is a process that proves the will of the deceased person is valid, so their property can in due course be retitled or transferred to beneficiaries of the will. As with any legal proceeding, there are technical aspects to probate administration:
Probate Litigation consists of legal disputes about issues related to aging, disability and death. It involves court battles over those still alive, such as guardianships and conservatorships, as well as, legal fights over powers of attorney, patient advocate designations, and living wills. It also includes legal challenges when someone has passed on, including cases involving wills, trusts, estates, asset disputes, joint bank accounts, gifts, and anything else that families can fight about when a loved one dies.