When a person creates a will or trust, that person has an expectation that the intentions stated in the documents will be honored and implemented. In some cases those intentions may be misunderstood or ignored, and the administration of assets may not be properly carried out. Questions also arise as to the mindset and capability of the person who may have created or changed a will without competency.
In those situations, family members may find themselves at odds, and mistrust may create disputes. Sometimes disputes can be resolved with a limited representation, but in other instances extensive litigation may be required. Whether a probate or trust administration is at issue, the stress and difficulty of the situation may burden the beneficiary or fiduciary. The Steven M. Jackson Law Group will aggressively pursue your interests if necessary, but also seeks to resolve conflict in the most cost effective way possible.
If you have a need, or questions surrounding the legitimacy of a probate or trust administration, call (480) 994-5000 today.