Probate Litigation – Resolving Complex Probate Matters In Court
There is never a good time to be involved in a legal dispute, but it can be especially taxing when you are already dealing with the emotional trauma of losing your family member. If you are involved in a probate dispute or will contest in Florida, it is important to have an experienced attorney looking out for your rights so you can focus on taking care of yourself and your family.
At the Tampa Bay-St. Petersburg area law firm of Fisher & Wilsey, P.A., our lawyers provide skilled representation to people involved in will contests and other probate disputes. We have a stellar reputation for aggressively pursuing justice for our clients in trials and have a track record of successfully protecting the rights of our clients.
Since 1962, heirs and executors have come to trust our experienced attorneys to resolve probate disputes in their favor. Call 888-312-1474 or 727-369-8572 for an initial consultation.
Designing Straightforward Litigation Strategies For Your Probate Concerns
In probate litigation, there is only one opportunity to properly resolve a case, making it extremely important not to trust an inexperienced attorney with your rights. Our firm has been handling probate and estate matters since 1962. We have the skills and knowledge to handle all your legal needs.
We represent clients struggling to resolve a range of issues relating to the validity of estate planning instruments and disputes with estate executors, including:
- Inheritance conflicts arising from beneficiary claims in contested will matters or trust contests
- Breach of fiduciary duty by a person holding power of attorney, a trustee or a personal administrator
- Trust accounting issues
- Matters of financial elder abuse that result in theft from the estate
- Issues of undue influence that may affect the terms of the will or trust
- Conflicts regarding the estate executor, including contested executorships, fiduciary claims and trust reformation
Whether a trusted caregiver manipulated your loved one into changing her will or an executor abused his position when managing the estate, you may have cause to take legal action. Consulting with our attorneys will help you understand your options.
Protect Your Rights
All you want is a solution that is fair and respects the final wishes of your cherished loved ones. That is not too much to ask, and we welcome the opportunity to help you make things right.
We invite you to arrange a meeting with a dedicated probate attorney online or over the phone today.