Last Will & Testament

Unfortunately, there are some cases where the validity of a will does not accurately represent the desires or intent of the individual who created it. If you are named in the will as a beneficiary, or would inherit from the individual who created the will if it were to be deemed invalid, you may be eligible to contest the validity of the will.

There are several reasons a will may be contested. This may include, among other possibilities, a lack of capacity of the individual to execute the will, fraud, or unduly influence or duress on the individual during the drafting and creation of the will.

If litigation concerning a will becomes unavoidable, our experienced litigation attorneys can represent you and your interests while making sure you understand your options and providing guidance in making a decision on how to proceed. Contact Blustein, Shapiro, Rich & Barone, LLP for assistance in resolving a dispute over a will.

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