Will Contests in Atlanta, GA
Atlanta Will Contest Litigation Attorney
The purpose of a last will and testament is to make the estate administration process much easier after a person passes away. There are many cases, however, where a person leaves behind a will and disputes still arise. Wills can be contested if someone believes that the administrator is not fulfilling their duties, or if the person believes that the will has been misinterpreted. Litigation is necessary in order to contest a will, which in turn requires the representation of an experienced Atlanta will contest attorney. Buckley Beal can provide the counsel and representation that you need to contest a will or to fight a wrongful will contest.
A decedent's last will and testament could be contested for a number of reasons, such as:
- Family members could try to influence or force the executor to transgress the wishes of the decedent
- Someone could attempt to alter the will, therefore committing fraud
- The executor could breach their fiduciary duty by intentionally ignoring the terms of the will
- Executor could improperly execute the will by accident
Whatever the case may be, you need the counsel and skilled representation of an attorney from Buckley Beal. We can provide the legal assistance you need to ensure your interests are addressed. You can rest assured knowing our lawyers share more than 85 years of combined experience.
Turn to Buckley Beal for Trusted Guidance
One of our founding attorneys, Andrew Beal, has more than 25 years of experience himself and is dedicated to helping people and businesses in all types of litigation. From business litigation to general litigation, our attorney team has what it takes to maximize your case results. Call today or fill out our online case evaluation form to request your complimentary consultation. Our firm is client-oriented and can provide the level of personal commitment that only a small firm can offer while still getting the results that larger firms often achieve.
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