CHALLENGING A WILL OR ESTATE
Do you dispute the validity of a will left by a loved one? For example, does the will appear to be in a proper form? Is the signature on the will that of your loved one? Was the will executed at a time of mental or physical infirmity? Was the writer of the will influenced by a family member, care provider or opportunistic friend to execute a will that wasn't their real intention? If this has happened to you or your family, it is critical you seek legal advice as soon as possible to learn and understand your rights.
Has a succession been filed, and you feel left out of the process? Has the executor or administrator of the estate or succession acted improperly? For example, is the executor not sharing information, taking too long to complete the estate, or mismanaging the estate? If so, contact our office immediately. The law provides succession representative removal remedies that our attorneys can use to protect your rights.
At Brown Weimer LLC, our firm has more than 25 years of legal experience and can help you with all types of will and estate matters, including contested wills and estates.
Act Promptly If You Suspect A Problem
If you are concerned about a will, you should be aware that there are very specific time limits for contesting a will or estate. You should act quickly in order to preserve as much your inheritance as possible and prevent others from taking control of property that may be rightfully yours.
Contact Our Lawyers Today
Contact us to discuss your concerns about an inheritance dispute with one of our experienced contested will and estate attorneys. Reach us by email or call our office at (504) 561-8700 to schedule your consultation today.