Trust and Probate Litigation
Trust Contests and Defense, Will Contests and Defenses, Trustee and Accounting Disputes
Sometimes a dispute develops over the drafting or execution of a will or trust, or its meaning. This dispute is typically called a "contest". Often this focuses on issues such as "incapacity," "undue influence," or "fraud.”
Frequently, there can be an interpretation issue, over the meaning of a phrase in a will or trust, and its effect on the heirs and beneficiaries.
Quite frequently, issues arise over accountings rendered by the executor of a will, or the trustee of the trust, who have a fiduciary duty to render accountings at certain intervals. Some fiduciaries even fail to do such an accounting, or do it incorrectly.
Our office is experienced in litigating these types of probate and trust matters, both in prosecuting them and in defending them. If you are involved in such a dispute, or feel one is imminent, call our office for a free face-to-face consultation.
Campbell, Clark & Vienneau is highly experienced in litigating disputes over a trust or a will. Whether you intend to prosecute a contest, or defend your own contest, our team of attorneys will hear your case without judging you and your family.
If you are currently involved in a dispute or feel that one is coming soon, call our office today for a consultation.