Alabama Probate Litigation Attorneys
In recent years, the occurrence of probate litigation has seen a steady increase – the poor economy and other factors have led to the rise in legal battles following a loved one’s death. Unfortunately, these probate litigation proceedings can become lengthy battles between family members and loved ones. If your family has become embroiled in the probate litigation proceedings, it is important to consult an attorney with knowledge of the process and effective strategies for pursuing resolutions.
At the Amari Law Firm, we offer experienced probate litigation representation to clients throughout Alabama. With decades of experience, we are able to provide advice on a number of factors leading to probate litigation, including:
- Will contests
- Asset ownership disputes
- Claims of undue influence
- Issues related to debts owed by the decedent
- Failure to perform fiduciary duties
- Failure to adequately manage a trust
- Failure to distribute assets as directed in the decedent’s will
We Are Committed to Helping Heirs Find Resolutions to the Probate Litigation Process
Probate litigation proceedings are often emotionally charged affairs involving disputes between family members and loved ones. Finding resolutions to these matters is important for many reasons; the sooner resolutions can be reached, the sooner you can focus on the loss of your loved one and the future of your family.
Personalized Advice throughout Probate Litigation Proceedings
No two probate litigation proceedings are the same. With that in mind, our lawyers take great care to review every detail of your situation before offering personalized advice on your options for pursuing resolutions.
We provide advice on the various types of probate litigation, including:
- Contesting documents: Estate planning documents are often highly scrutinized during probate litigation proceedings. Our staff offers advice on many issues that may lead to the contestation of documents, including undue influence, menace, mental incapacity and fraud.
- Contesting actions of agents: Individuals who are placed in control of executing a will or handling a trust are expected to perform certain actions and act in the best interests of the beneficiary and the estate. If the trustee or executor fails to adequately perform the duties assigned to them, it may be necessary to bring action against them.
- Filing action for resolution: If property or funds have been wrongfully distributed, it may be necessary to file legal action calling for their return. Our staff offers guidance on your options for recovering such assets.
To learn more about our Alabama probate litigation representation, contact us online or call 205-655-8484 today.