Disputes among beneficiaries often occur in the beginning stages of the probate process. Whether the dispute involves a will or a trust, conflicts over the division of assets can be divisive. Those unyielding in their efforts causing the disputes force other beneficiaries to have a probate lawyer intervene on their behalf.
At Bercik Law, our skilled attorneys are prepared to help a beneficiary or an executor involved in a beneficiary dispute. If you are involved in a similar situation in New Jersey, our highly skilled lawyers can help represent your legal interests.
Causes for Disagreements
Every probate or trust administration case is unique. Some of the more common causes for disagreements include:
- Mismanagement of finances by the fiduciary
- Denial of payment by the fiduciary
- Misinterpretation of the will or trust
- Inheritance disputes
No matter what the causes of your beneficiary dispute, it is prudent to seek the help of a skilled, experienced attorney.
Speak with a Beneficiary Dispute Attorney in New Jersey
If you are a fiduciary or a beneficiary involved in a dispute, our attorneys at Bercik Law are committed to advocate for your legal rights. Contact us at (732) 483-6300 to discuss your case with a beneficiary dispute lawyer today.
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