Probate Litigation Attorney in Long Beach CA

It is difficult enough to deal with the emotional loss of losing a loved one without also having to deal with fights over the estate among the beneficiaries, or claims against executors and successor trustees for breach of fiduciary duty.  That could be disastrous; but with the right help it doesn’t have to be. Of course, it is usually better for everyone to stay out court and resolve problems amicably, but if litigation is unavoidable our team of trust and estate litigators can help. You may end up in probate or trust litigation if:

  • The will or trust is being contested;
  • The will or trust is ambiguous or otherwise improperly drafted;
  • The will or trust does not accurately reflect the decedent’s intent;
  • The executor or trustee is not correctly performing his or her duties; or
  • An executor or trustee is being wrongly accused of breaching his or her fiduciary duties.

Many trust and estate attorneys are used to handling only the transactional aspects of an estate administration when there is no conflict or dispute.  Others only have experience in drafting wills, trusts and other estate planning documents.  However, at Velasco Law Group, we have the experience, knowledge and expertise to protect your rights when things go wrong.  We are able to review the relevant documents and facts of each case and determine the most appropriate course of action to resolve the problem or deal with the issue at hand.  Reasonableness, experience, and knowledge of the law are our strengths. Probate and trust litigation can be complex, tricky and overwhelming but with Velasco Law Group in your corner you’re in good hands.

Contact us today:

Phone: 562-432-5541
Fax: 562-432-5581
Probate Litigation Specialists, Long Beach CA
100 W. Broadway, Suite 255 Long Beach CA 90802-4459

Key Practice Areas

Contact the Velasco Law Group for all of your estate and probate needs, including:

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