Estate And Trust Administration And Litigation
Upon the death of a loved one, disputes among family members can arise unexpectedly. Experience tells us that it is best to attempt to resolve these conflicts prior to litigation. Unfortunately, sometimes litigation cannot be avoided. In either case, probate attorneys at Galloway and Collens, PLLC, can help. We will work hard for resolution outside of trial, but we are just as skilled in obtaining favorable results if the matter advances to probate court.
We are sensitive to the fact that estate and trust disputes can be stressful and perhaps expensive. Quick, effective resolution is our goal with a priority placed on achieving your desired outcome.
At Galloway and Collens, PLLC, we represent clients in all types of probate and trust litigation including cases with issues such as:
- The terms of the will or trust are unclear.
- Questions of competence at the time of will or trust signing
- Undue influence in the creation of wills and trusts
- Improper disinheritance
- The estate is not being maintained or distributed properly.
Timely Action Is Needed
If you think that a will or trust has been improperly drawn, or an estate or trust has been improperly administered, you need to act quickly. The assets underlying the estate or trust may be in jeopardy. They may be improperly disposed of and their value diminished through action or through inaction on the part of the personal representative or trust administrator.
Galloway and Collens, PLLC, has extensive experience in all aspects of probate and trust litigation. We can provide sound advice regarding a contested will or the integrity of the estate or trust administration. If our analysis shows that you have a valid complaint, we can provide assertive and timely representation to protect your rights and interests, and the value of the estate or trust assets.
Huntington Woods, MI, Estate Disputes Attorneys
For a consultation with the Michigan trust lawyers at Galloway and Collens, PLLC, call 248-397-5507 or contact us online.Load More Content