In most cases, when a loved one dies, the probate estate is administered without difficulty.  However, there are times when family members question the validity of a will or trust or the propriety of administration thereof.  Issues can arise when a surviving family member suspects wrongdoing, undue influence, or even fraud on the part of another family member, or person in control of the deceased’s finances prior to or after the decedent’s death.  JOHNSON & DAVIS has assisted personal representatives, trustees, beneficiaries, devisees, and other surviving family members in various areas of probate litigation, and are experienced in helping to try and bring a resolution to its clients during such a difficult time.

See also Transactional/Business: Probate Wills and Estates


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