Skilled Legal Guidance During Will Contests
The validity of most wills is, at time, fairly easy to prove. Sometimes, however, one or more individuals will challenge a will’s validity, leading to contentious and often heated disputes. The experienced Nassau County lawyers at the Law Offices of Louis D. Stober, Jr., know how to handle these difficult situations and have over 30 years of experience doing so.
Please contact our Nassau County will contests attorneys online today, or call 877-791-8076 to schedule your confidential consultation. We look forward to learning about your situation and helping you achieve your goals.
Outstanding Representation From Long Island Inheritance Dispute Attorneys
Has a dispute within your family, or one caused by a will contest from an outsider, upset an estate administration and threatened to send you and your loved ones to a courtroom for high-asset probate litigation.
Our Mineola, New York, lawyers can help. At the Law Offices of Louis D. Stober, Jr., L.L.C., our attorney has over 30 years of experience, proven estate legal skills, a track record of success in million-dollar trials and keen client commitment that addresses your goals.
Ideally, wills exist to make estate administration easier — to determine how, where and to whom assets and property will be transferred after a loved one’s passing. A will’s language is usually clear about distribution of a deceased’s assets. When it isn’t, or a survivor feels left out, or the circumstances surrounding the will are suspicious, a will contest can complicate the process.
A will contest dispute can come from anywhere. A disgruntled relative or an ambitious former caregiver can trigger a court action challenging the validity of a purported will. You need the expertise of a legal professional who knows how to prove a will, strives to investigate allegations and works hard to negotiate a practical resolution or, if discussions are not productive, aggressively protects your rights in court.
Louis D. Stober, Jr., is dedicated to your success. Find out more about his experienced, affordable estate and probate representation by contacting us for an initial consultation.
The Reasons For Will Contests
Will contests can be advanced for any of the following reasons:
- Lack of capacity
- Undue influence
- Suspicious changes to a will
- Existence of a second will
- Incorrectly executed will
- Beneficiary disputes
- Noncompliance with formalities
Our New York estates law firm is pleased to assist executors and objectants in will contests. Whether you are seeking to probate an estate or argue that a will is not valid, the Law Offices of Louis D. Stober, Jr., can help.
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