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Will & Trust Litigation

Will and trust litigation is becoming more popular. Some think that the increase is a result of changing family structures. With more unconventional families resulting from second marriages, same-sex marriages, and blending of families, the probability that someone could be left out of a will or omitted as a beneficiary of a trust is more likely than before. Others think that the rise in will contests and trust litigation is a result of the rising number of people developing dementia. Once someone has begun showing signs of dementia, they are often rushed into making a will, leaving an opening for undue influence.

If faced with a will contest or trust litigation, we can help you assess the likelihood of success and advise you of your rights.

We also include “No Contest” provisions in every will and trust we do to reduce the risk of litigation.

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