T Frank Law, PLLC

Areas of Practice

Fiduciary Litigation

fiduciary litigation

Litigating in court is time-consuming, expensive, and difficult. It should be used as a last resort. Wills and real estate transfers ore occasionally questioned on the basis of their validity, including as the result of lack of capacity; fraud, duress, or undue influence; or irregularities in execution. Similar issues can arise in a trust context. Interested persons can challenge the validity of a real estate transfer or a will that's been offered for probate. Furthermore, if a beneficiary thinks they've been wronged, they can request the fiduciary file an accounting with the court, and potentially challenge the propriety of certain acts. We're here to help you understand and protect your rights.