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7 questions people ask about trust and probate litigation

Nobody likes to argue or fight, especially about estate matters that concern their family members. But nobody likes to stand by and watch the mishandling of important legal or financial affairs either. This awareness or suspicion of negligence, fraud, irresponsibility or mismanagement is the place where many trust, will and probate disputes begin.

For many people, the possibility of probate or trust litigation emerges in the days, weeks or months after one of their loved ones passes away; for others, a problem with a trustee becomes apparent in a different way. If you're wondering if you need a lawyer to straighten out a messy estate or trust situation, it's important to get answers.

Frequently Asked Questions

Trust and estate matters can be complicated. Here are some commonly-asked questions related to the challenges of probate and trusts:

  1. What are my rights as the beneficiary of a trust?
  2. What recourse do I have if trust funds are not being distributed properly?
  3. Can I remove or change a trustee if I suspect mismanagement of trust assets?
  4. What happens if I can prove breach of fiduciary duty in my case?
  5. How long will it take to litigate my probate contest or trust dispute?
  6. Can my trust or probate matter be settled without going to court?
  7. How do I protect my rights as a trustee, executor, guardian or conservator?

Your situation is unique

No two situations are the same. When it comes to your trust or estate case, the answer to these kinds of questions will depend on numerous factors. If you think you have a trust or probate dispute on your hands, get the legal advice you need.

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