Trust & Estate Litigation
Protecting the Property & Last Wishes of Your Loved One
When an individual passes away, the property and assets they leave behind, which are known as their "estate," must be distributed to any surviving heirs and family members. Estate administration is a much simpler process when an updated, well-drafted will or trust is left behind, but disputes can still arise. Living trusts place the trustor's property into the hands of a trustee to manage during the trustor's life and to distribute after their passing. If there is any confusion regarding the terms of the trust, a dispute may arise and litigation may become necessary. Buckley Beal can handle any litigation regarding trust or estate administration.
We understand the detailed laws surrounding the following areas:
Our firm can similarly handle any disputes that arise regarding estate administration. When a person passes, their estate must be distributed. If there is a will, but the will is contested, litigation becomes necessary. It is also necessary to litigate in the event that a dispute arises regarding the estate administrator's authority when administrating the estate. Our team works tirelessly to achieve the best possible outcome for your case.
Speak with an Atlanta Estate Litigation Attorney
Speak with an Atlanta trust and estate litigation lawyer from Buckley Beal as soon as possible to discuss your legal options. Making sure that your loved one's wishes are enforced is our goal, and we work hard to protect your interests in an estate dispute. We offer a case evaluation for each client so that you can learn exactly what we can do to handle your case. Take this opportunity to get your questions answered.
With our experience and recognition, we are more than capable of handling your case to excellent results, so call us today!
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