Overseeing a decedent’s estate whether they die intestate (without a will), or with a will can be a considerable task. In many cases, disputes arise regarding estate management, and litigation is often the only means of resolving these conflicts.
If you are involved in estate litigation regarding an estate’s settlement in New Jersey, the lawyers from Bercik Law know how to successfully advocate for the needs of clients in these circumstances.
Common Reasons for Estate Litigation
Disputes can arise for any number of reasons when a person’s estate is at issue upon their death. These are some common reasons for litigation:
- Disputes between children of deceased parents without a will
- Disputes regarding the validity of a will
- Disputes regarding the fairness of assets distributed in a will
- Breach of trust / suspicion of a trustee’s intentions or actions
These scenarios could signal that litigation and legal intervention is necessary to determine what the proper course of action is for a person’s estate after his or her death.
Contact an attorney in New Jersey
If you or someone you know is involved in or wishes to pursue estate litigation, call the lawyers of Bercik Law to find an attorney, contact us at (732) 483-6300. You can also visit the Contact page to fill out a form to request more information on how we can help. Our experienced, professional attorneys will advocate on your behalf.
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