A testamentary trust is a provision in the will that both names the executor of the estate and instructs that individual to create the trust. After the person's death, the will must go through the probate process to determine its authenticity.
Lawsuits that occur because of estate distribution issues and other conflicts are usually complex. When faced with this challenge, you should protect your interests by hiring an experienced litigation lawyer who will aggressively work on your behalf.
Most families can work through disputes with the right help and no legal battle, but sometimes beneficiaries will engage in self-serving or unethical behavior. Inheritance disputes can be very stressful; First Class Counsel is here to serve you.
The probate process is often the last option for transferring assets when you have no other choice. It is complicated, time-consuming, costly and stressful. The best way to avoid Probate is to create a Living Trust.