At the Law Offices of Michael Kuldiner, P.C, our estate lawyers know that the last thing our clients want to deal with is unwanted family disputes and estate litigation when a loved one passes away. What should be a time of togetherness and healing can often become years of disputes or estate litigation, even when the deceased had a will.
The estate lawyers at the Law Offices of Michael Kuldiner, P.C. handle all aspects of contested or litigated will matters. From those who have been excluded to disputing heirs to the estate, our experienced and compassionate estate attorneys can guide your family toward a resolution.
To contest a will, there are several factors that must be considered with respect to the validity of the document. Undue influence or duress, the mental competence of the testator, fraud or forgery and improperly executed documents can all be grounds that invalidate a will. Your Bucks County estate lawyer can assess which side of the argument you are on and whether or not these may be applicable to your case.
Breach of Fiduciary Duty & Executor Misconduct
We may not always agree with the final wishes of a loved one, but when it comes to choice of trustee or personal representative, this disagreement can escalate quickly. The trustee or personal representative is responsible for managing the assets of the trust, paying rightful creditors and distributing assets. When that person is untrustworthy or negligent, our estate attorneys are able to fight for your interests.
The Doylestown estate lawyers at the Law Offices of Michael Kuldiner, P.C. represent those who may be on either side of estate litigation. Executors accused of mismanaging the estate or those beneficiaries who suspect foul play in the mismanagement of an estate should seek out an aggressive and knowledgeable estate attorney.