Any person interested in a Will, whether as an heir, a creditor or otherwise, may contest the validity of a Will. This is a time-sensitive matter, as objections must be made within a proscribed period of time. The issues involved in a Will contest are often complicated, as there are many intricate facts that must be evaluated in order to determine if an estate plan was valid. The attorneys at Boyce Law Firm have extensive experience and proven success in both defending and challenging Wills. Whether the issues involve questionable competency of the deceased individual who made the Will, potential errors in the execution of the Will, or allegations or undue influence, our team will guide you through this often rocky road.
There are many fiduciary roles to play in the area of trusts and estates. Personal representatives, executors, trustees, trust advisors and agents must all live up to a high standard of care and act in the best interests of trust beneficiaries. Whether a dispute involves trust distributions, accounting obligations of the fiduciary, investments of trust assets or other administrative issues, our experienced team will carefully analyze your situation and provide comprehensive advice. Our firm prides itself in defending personal and professional fiduciaries alike as well as advocating for trust beneficiaries.
Breach of Fiduciary Duty
Personal Representatives, Executors, Trustees, Trust Advisors Attorneys-in-Fact all have duties of care that are owed to beneficiaries or the principal of the agency relationship. Our firm has experience defending personal and professional fiduciaries alike as well as beneficiaries and principals. We have dealt with distribution problems, accounting problems, the prudent investment rule, tax apportionment clauses and other fiduciary malfeasance. Unfortunately, financial exploitation of seniors and the disabled is a problem we see far to often and takes an experienced advocate to properly address.