The purpose of contesting the terms of a trust is to challenge the validity of a trust left behind by a loved one. If you were left out of a trust or believe that a trust left behind by a loved one wasn't clear, you can dispute the trust. At the Law Offices of Charles L. Kurmay, we have helped many clients through the complex undertaking of trust disputes. We ensure all procedures and laws are followed as we work to see to it that your loved one's wishes are carried out.
Our firm is experienced in all areas of estate law and probate litigation, including trust disputes. Regardless of which side of the contest you are on, it can be a stressful and confusing experience. We can answer any of your questions and evaluate the supposed grounds named for contesting the trust.
The most common grounds for challenging a trust include:
Our practice is known for being client-centered and knowledgeable, and for our attention to detail. Not only do we have over 100 years of combined legal experience, we also have a problem-solving, think-outside-the-box attitude that sets us apart. We truly care about our clients and finding the best way to support and represent you. Whether you are initiating a trust dispute or if another party has contested your loved one’s will, our New Haven and Fairfield County trust dispute lawyers are here to help.
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For experienced, dedicated legal guidance in probate law, contact us at (203) 380-1743. We offer free initial consultations for prospective clients. Evening and weekend appointments are available for your convenience.
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