Contesting a Will in New Jersey
New Jersey and Newark Will Contest Attorneys
The death of a family member often brings surviving kin closer together. Unfortunately, the opposite is sometimes the case: after a parent, brother or sister dies, children or siblings squabble over the provisions of the will. A contested will can lead to one family member bringing a lawsuit to challenge the validity of a will or request a court's interpretation of its terms.
- You may believe that the personal representative in charge of dispersing the estate is not complying with the intent of the will.
- You may believe that an elderly person was coerced through undue influence into signing a will that unfairly affected your inheritance.
- You may be a creditor who has been shortchanged after the death of a debtor.
Regardless of the particular circumstances of the will contest that you are concerned about, Ehrlich, Petriello, Gudin, Plaza & Reed, Attorneys at Law in Newark and New York City welcomes the opportunity to evaluate your case.
Talk to one of our Newark will contest lawyers to discuss:
Whether you have a case
Strategies for success
Whether your will contest may be resolved out of court
Contact Ehrlich, Petriello, Gudin, Plaza & Reed, Attorneys at Law today to schedule a consultation.
Note: Ehrlich, Petriello, Gudin, Plaza & Reed, Attorneys at Law offers full-service estate planning. Avoid the prospect of a will contest that could someday tear your family apart. Learn how we can help you prepare a will that will stand up to any estate dispute.