When you are involved in litigation, it can be one of the most challenging things to go through. Dealing with arguments between loved ones can alter relationships for a lifetime. To properly plan an estate, contact LeBaron & Jensen today to schedule a consultation. Our team of experts provides technical advice on how one can deal with an estate matter that has become litigious.
Experienced Litigators You Can Trust
Our trust and estate litigators are experienced in handling a variety of claims and disputes involving trusts, estates, and conservatorships. We have years of experience dealing with Utah probate courts and have handled complex issues related to estate litigation. Our experienced attorneys combine our in-depth knowledge and experience allows us to handle a variety of legal issues and we can manage any dispute.
Our experienced attorneys work with families, guardians, and individuals to handle probate issues. We work in partnership with our clients to understand the issues related to estate litigation. We commonly deal with the following issues:
- Will contests
- Probate and estate litigation
- Trust disputes
Our attorneys can work with banks, trust companies, family offices, trust beneficiaries, charitable entities, trustees and executors, and corporate fiduciaries.
Having legal experts on your side will aid in reducing problems related to estates. Creditors could try and claim debts that were owed by the creditor. If one of the heirs or beneficiaries of the estate feel the will is not valid, a claim can be filed to contest the will. Claims or contests to the estate are deemed estate litigation.
Unfortunately, estate litigation is one of the downsides that often occurs with many estates. After a descendant dies, the estate must pass through probate. Anyone stating they have a claim against the estate need to file it with the court. Claims against the estate normally turn into estate litigation if the executor or personal representative is not in agreement with the claim. Contact LeBaron & Jensen today to schedule a consultation related to your estate litigation case.