Resolving Complex Estate Disputes Through Litigation
When a trustee or personal representative is accused of not fulfilling his or her fiduciary duties, a trust or probate matter can become contested. At the Mullin Law Firm, we represent trustees, personal representatives and beneficiaries in trust and probate litigation. Our attorneys have in-depth knowledge of the legal responsibilities of trustees and personal representatives as well as of the legal rights of estate beneficiaries. We know what to look for when one is allegedly acting irresponsibly or illegally and how to uncover valuable information to serve as evidence either for or against the fiduciary.
The Mullin Law Firm has extensive experience in cases involving wills, trust and conservatorship litigation. If a family dispute over an estate has escalated, seek legal counsel from a knowledgeable attorney before the matter becomes a long and expensive lawsuit.
Contact our California will, trust and conservatorship litigation attorneys at 925-852-6014 to discuss your legal needs in a consultation.
The designated trustee or personal representative is someone who is required to act for the benefit of all named beneficiaries of the estate. If the named individual is failing to carry out his or her responsibilities or making mistakes in the process, the beneficiaries may obtain legal representation to bring the case to court for review and to seek legal remedies.
An In-Depth Investigation Of Your Case
When a trustee is knowingly acting inappropriately by taking money from the estate or other types of wrongful financial manipulation, our attorneys at the Mullin Law Firm will work with accountants, bookkeepers and other financial professionals to determine where the money went and why.
Trust litigation can also result from disputes over who was named in the trust as a beneficiary or a last-minute trust update prior to the estate owner’s death. If you believe that your loved one was not able to make decisions regarding his or her estate and was manipulated while incapacitated, speak to an experienced litigator.
Do You Need Help Settling An Estate Dispute? Call Us Today.
To arrange a consultation with an experienced and dedicated attorney, contact our legal team in Concord at 925-852-6014. Someone will always be available to answer your questions and provide you with quality legal guidance in a timely manner.