Queens County Probate Attorney
Aggressive Representation for Will Contests
Losing a loved one is an extremely difficult experience to go through and having to deal with their will shortly after can take a toll on anyone. The probate process takes place after a person has passed in order to allow the court to examine the estate plan and give other the opportunity to challenge or contest the will.
Although this process is complex and may seem unnecessary, it is important to ensure that everything is handled properly. Our Queens County probate attorney at the Law Office of Frank Bruno, Jr. can help you with everything from probate litigation to will contests.
Contact our office at (718) 215-9119 to discuss your will contest or probate litigation needs. We can provide you with a free consultation.
Trusted & Aggressive Will Contest Attorney
Do you believe that there is something suspicious with your family member's will, such as a last-minute change or an out of character decision? Attempting to invalidate a will or other estate planning documents can be difficult, except under special circumstances.
A few of the main reasons why a will may be contested include:
- Asset mismanagement
- Mistakes with allocation of assets
- Breach of trustee/fiduciary duty
- Additions to will last-minute
- Undue influence by way of coercion, deception, or fraud
If you are facing a will contest, it is essential that you have a knowledgeable lawyer on your side. Our Queens County probate lawyer is experienced at finding effective and workable solutions to all types of contests, as well as helping our clients contest a will.
Probate Process Assistance & Litigation
If you were put in charge of administering an estate, the probate process can seem overwhelming. The steps being taken during this process are making sure that all parts of the estate are handled in accordance with the decedent's estate. On the other hand, if you are a beneficiary and you have any reason to believe that the probate process is not being handled properly, you may want to seek legal intervention.
We can look into your loved one's will and determine if the probate process is being executed properly or if the will could have been altered. There are many factors which come into play during probate and we are not afraid to thoroughly investigate until we get a clear answer and find a resolution.
Please call our firm now at (718) 215-9119 to make an appointment.