What Probate Litigation can do? from timscott's blog

This info-graphic entitled “What Probate Litigation can do?” provides us an overview of probate litigation lawsuit. When a person is passed away, his or her assets must be meted out to the legitimate heirs and/or beneficiaries. Probate is the functionary or court mechanism by which this happens when someone has no will, has a will, or has a trust but failed to fund all possessions into that trust, leaving all of them subject to probate. Probate litigation simply refers to the legal proceedings related to contesting a will, disputing a trust, questing redress for a breach of fiduciary duty, quieting title to a property, assuring property that was wrongfully taken, addressing incapacity or undue causation issues, or tackling interference with expected inheritance claim.

You should be consulting a probate litigation attorney any time you interrogate what a loved one is doing or has done with their estate, or, if you are an fiduciary or trustee, when questions are being asked about how you are managing a will, estate, trust or trust estate. A probate litigation attorney is typically called upon to declare a common will, trust, and resolve estate disputes. For more details, refer to the info-graphic below.

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