Illinois Probate Litigation Attorneys
Aggressive Probate Litigation Lawyers
The death of a loved one can be emotionally overwhelming, even when you have had time to prepare yourself for the loss. Dealing with the death of a loved one is made even more challenging if you are tasked with administering the estate of the deceased. It is important to follow the law and to make the right decisions in the probate process to protect yourself from liability. Even if you do everything properly, litigation can still arise from the probate process. At the law firm of Kezy & Associates, we help guide clients through the probate process including probate litigation. Our probate attorneys understand how trying going through probate can be, and we do all we can to make the process less worrisome.
Probate Litigation Assistance in Will County
An already difficult time becomes even more difficult when there are legal disputes to the estate of the deceased. When beneficiaries and family members disagree about estate administration, it can lead to probate litigation. Probate litigation can come in numerous forms, including:
- Disputes over the terms of a will;
- Disputes over the validity of a will;
- Disputes over an estate when no will exists;
- Disputes involving family members excluded from a will;
- Disputes over who owns assets included in the estate; and
- Breach of fiduciary duty claims against the estate’s administer.
Probate litigation is difficult because it often involves family members fighting over assets. We are experienced in handling this dynamic and are skilled in resolving these matters as painlessly as possible. We are skilled negotiators as well as seasoned litigators, and we are always prepared to fight for our clients’ interests, whether in court or out. In addition to disputes over assets, we also handle guardianship issues, including guardianship of children and guardianship of disabled adults. Our probate attorneys understand how important it is to ensure dependents are properly provided for, and we provide considerate legal counsel in these areas.
If you are in charge of a loved one’s estate and need assistance with the probate process or handling a probate dispute, contact us at 708-518-8200 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your needs. We will explain our services and how we can help you administer your loved one’s estate properly.