Undue Influence

Toward the end of life, people often suffer from various illnesses, such as Alzheimer's and dementia, which can affect their abilities to make rational decisions. If you believe a loved one was manipulated into making a change to a will or trust while incapacitated, speak to an attorney.

Undue influence cases almost always involve family members. However, sometimes a caregiver or friend of the deceased may be accused of undue influence.

Whether you suspect that someone has manipulated your loved one into a poor decision, or you are being accused of undue influence, the Mullin Law Firm can represent you. Contact us online or call 925-852-6014 to arrange a initial consultation with one of our lawyers in Concord, California.

Nearly every family has its own dysfunction. When an elderly family member passes, the stress seems to multiply. Disputes over who was named as a beneficiary in the will or trust, or controversy over a last-minute trust change can often result in allegations of undue influence. If your family is going through a rough patch, contact our firm to find out how to deal with your estate administration issues.

Forgery of Will or Trust

At the Mullin Law Firm, we work with document examiners to determine the authenticity of wills, trusts and other estate planning documents. Unfortunately, estate fraud and forgery does occur — especially when high valued assets are at stake. With the help of experts, our attorneys will assist in the analysis of the following common forgeries:

  • Signatures on estate planning documents
  • Changes or modifications to wills and trusts
  • Inserted documents
  • Unauthentic-appearing documents
  • Date and name changes

Contact Our Team

Our team will be by your side every step of the way, answering your questions and providing you with trusted legal guidance. To speak with a Concord undue influence attorney in a consultation, contact the Mullin Law Firm at 925-852-6014.