Challenging a Probate
If you are challenging the Will of a loved one, the estate is most likely already in court through a Probate. With a will challenge, you might feel that your loved one who has signed the will might have been coerced by another. You might feel that they lacked the mental capacity to understand what they were signing, or that the will was made upon a misunderstanding or by fraud. There are many areas where you can challenge a will if you feel that something isn’t right.
When a Trust Administration Doesn’t Seem Fair
Just because trust administrations do not proceed through the courts, it doesn’t mean that they also can’t be challenged. I have also represented heirs of a trust that are not confident with the chosen successor trustee. If you want to make sure that the administration is proceeding legally and you are being treated fairly, I can represent you in the process and ensure its integrity. This process doesn’t always mean court litigation; it is most often dealt with by letters or represented communication with the successor trustee’s attorney.
If you think that a loved one’s estate doesn’t seem to be dealing with you fairly and need help navigating the complicated process of trust and probate contact Bridgett Mackay today at 707-769-9975.