Problems can arise during the probate process or the administration of a trust that might require litigation to resolve. For example, a person might challenge a will's validity or argue that another will supersedes the one submitted to the probate court. At Berman & Asbel, LLP, our attorneys work quickly to resolve disputes and other issues to avoid unnecessary delays in the probate process, allowing your loved one's affairs to be concluded.
Please schedule an initial consultation to learn more about our probate litigation services in the Greater Philadelphia area. You may call our attorneys at 484-842-0276 or you may contact our Media law office online.
We Take a Solution-Focused Approach to Probate Litigation
Our lawyers understand that disputes over trusts and wills are often family problems. Our job as your counsel is to resolve your issues while protecting the important family relationships that you cherish. We take great pride in our ability to help our clients reach positive conclusions without jeopardizing the future of family relationships.
The following are examples of the kinds of probate litigation matters we handle:
- Will contests or claims of statutory heirs excluded by the terms of a will
- Disputes as to the competence or testamentary capacity of the decedent
- Disputes as to the terms or administration of a trust
- Breach of fiduciary duty claims against an executor, administrator, trustee, guardian or financial planning professional
- Asset transfer disputes between estates and gift donees
- Guardianship proceedings
In many cases, we can find ways to resolve probate disputes through such approaches as mediation or binding arbitration, which are usually faster and less expensive than formal litigation.
Contact Us Today for an Initial Consultation and Immediate Help
Our firm represents heirs, beneficiaries, executors, trustees or any other party with an interest in a probate dispute. Please schedule an initial consultation with our probate litigation attorneys. Call 484-842-0276 or contact us online.