Probate and Trust Litigation
Probate and trust issues involve more than money—they often encompass emotional issues that can divide families. That's why Maslon's noted Estate Planning attorneys strive to find creative solutions that help you avoid protracted litigation, contain costs, and preserve family relationships. Should proceedings turn adversarial, we work vigorously to protect and advance your interests, leveraging our extensive experience in probate and trust disputes.
Our knowledgeable Estate Planning and Litigation attorneys team to efficiently and effectively represent fiduciaries, personal representatives, beneficiaries and interested third-parties in Will contests, trust accountings, estate tax disputes, and other fiduciary litigation, working to craft outcomes that meet our clients' financial and tax-planning goals. We're skilled at using judicial resources effectively and efficiently when assistance from the courts is needed to resolve probate and trust issues. We also provide expert assistance to trustees who seek court approval of their actions, or the interpretation and enforcement of trust provisions.
To find out more about how we might help resolve your probate or trust problem, contact one of our attorneys.
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