An Analytical Approach To Probate And Trust Litigation
- When Is A Florida Will Or Trust Invalid?
- Undue Influence
- Lack Of Capacity
- Tortious Interference With An Expectancy
Unfortunately, after the death of a loved one, usually a spouse, parent, grandparent or other family member, disputes related to intended distributions from a last will and testament or trust may require litigation. At VanNess & VanNess, P.A., our lawyers use a team approach with probate and trust litigation that draws on their extensive knowledge of the intricacies and cutting-edge changes of Florida estate and trust law to represent individuals and family members in litigation related to estate and trust disputes, including surrogate’s court practice.
Our firm’s 100 years of combined experience provides our clients a clear advantage in litigation. We have successfully challenged and defended numerous wills, trusts and beneficiary designations based on:
- Suspicion of undue influence
- Fraud and duress
- Lack of mental capacity
- Improper execution of documents
- Tortious interference with an expectancy
- Other challenges to the validity of a will, trust or beneficiary designation
Seeking Efficient, Effective Resolutions
Disputes often arise during the probate process, some of which are resolved through the probate court. Other disputes require separate legal action.
The path to resolution is unique to each case, and the specific damages and remedies sought on your behalf will depend on the facts of your case. Our consistent goal is to effectively and efficiently resolve probate disputes for clients.
As experienced and successful trial attorneys, VanNess & VanNess, P.A., will stand up for your interests in court and seek to negotiate a resolution before even entering the courtroom whenever possible.
Discuss Your Case With Experienced Attorneys
The lawyers at our firm have compiled more than 100 years of collective experience, affording you the wealth of experience necessary to resolve complex probate, trust and estate-related disputes. Often, a lot of assets and property are at stake. Talk to us about your probate or trust concerns.
Contact VanNess & VanNess, P.A., today by calling 866-697-6221 toll free or by completing our confidential online contact form. Our main office is conveniently located in Crystal River and we represent clients throughout central Florida and statewide.