Arkansas Estate and Trust Litigation Attorney

A properly drafted will or trust should clearly identify all beneficiaries and leave no ambiguity surrounding the intentions of the Decedent.  Unfortunately, some estate planning documents, whether wills or trusts, do not always clearly reflect the intentions of the decedent.  Even if the language of the documents is clear, some parties may have other reasons to initiate a lawsuit or object to a will or trust.

When someone with standing objects to a will or a trust, a decedent’s estate plan might have to be tested and litigated.  This is sometimes referred to as a “will or trust contest.”  These disputes can be complex and should be navigated by attorneys with expertise in such matters, including an intimate knowledge of probate court rules and procedures.

Without the guidance of an estate litigation attorney, the web of rules involved in the process can be overwhelming and lead to serious errors or even the forfeiture of one’s rights.  Whether you are an executor, trustee, beneficiary or someone improperly left out of a will, contact our estate litigation attorneys to discuss your options.

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