The purpose of a trust is to provide financial support for the benefit of others. The law of trusts is voluminous. Conflicts arise between beneficiaries, or because someone feels they are not getting their apportioned amount. An experienced attorney familiar with trust litigation can ensure your loved one’s gifts are properly managed and their wishes are carried out. We have proven results and employ skilled professionals you can rely on. At Bercik Law, our attorneys have years of experience helping clients resolve their trust disputes and successfully work through the litigation process.
Causes of Trust Litigation
There are many reasons for trust litigation, including:
- The legality of a trust formation
- Interpretations of a trust
- Misappropriation of trust funds by a trustee
Any of these scenarios can result in litigation, bringing about the need for an attorney. This situation occurs when the validity of a trust is questioned. Reasons for questioning the validity of a trust arise due to:
- Unsound mind of person setting up a trust
- Deceptive practices / intimidation
- Revocation of trust at a future date
- Concerns that a trust is invalid for these or other reasons.
Contact a Trust Litigation Attorney in New Jersey
If you or someone you know is involved in trust litigation, our attorneys at Bercik Law can help. They will make an honest assessment of your trust matters and uphold your rights during the litigation process. Contact our offices today to learn more about our services and to have skilled, legal professionals you can rely on
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