Long Island Estate Litigation Attorney

Help for Estate Litigation Complications in New York

When a loved one passes away, it is often left to the surviving family members and children to decide how their estate should be handled. In some instances, a will was drafted, but is incomplete or failed to consider certain overriding circumstances. In many instances the deceased simply had no will to speak of. Whatever the case may be, this leaves much room for interpretation and guesswork as to what their final wishes may have been. Managing the estate quickly devolves into litigation as more people in and outside the immediate family make their voices heard.

This is when it is imperative to have a dedicated estate litigation attorney in your corner. One who has successfully navigated these waters in the past and can help you find an agreeable conclusion for all parties involved. Don't wait for the matter to spiral out of control. Speak with an attorney and get the information you need to make an informed decision today.

Managing an individual's estate can be a complex and sometimes intensely complicated task.

Common Disputes, Unique Solutions

It is not uncommon for wills to be contested or estates going through probate or administration to be disputed. Given the emotions surrounding such dealings it is easy to see why. It is simply human nature and in many instances, quite justified. However, each instance requires an individualized approach. There are no cookie-cutter methods of resolution. Estate litigation cases demand a steady hand from your counselor; an attorney with a supreme eye for legal nuance and the ability to quickly and creatively develop customized solutions. Some of the more common disputes New York estate litigators encounter include:

  • Questions concerning the validity of an established will.
  • Questions surrounding the actual terms set down in the will.
  • Questions surrounding assets or items that were distributed prior to death.
  • Disputes that arise when the deceased, especially a high-net worth individuals, lack a will.
  • Disputes over inheritance granted to individuals not state on the actual will, such as children and spouses.
  • Breaches of fiduciary duties by the executor.
  • Issues surrounding debts, credits, charitable donations, bank accounts, fraudulent transfer, unpaid taxes and partition actions.

Why Hire An Estate Litigation Attorney in Nassau County?

Managing an individual's estate can be a complex and sometimes intensely complicated task. Depending on the family, the size of the estate in question and the condition of the will left behind, it can also become a heated debate. In order to head off complications, both now and in the future, the Law Offices of Paul A. Boronow, PC highly recommend speaking with an estate litigation attorney as soon as possible. By retaining proper counsel you can quickly assess your stake in the dispute and ensure your needs are represented properly – both in and out of the courtroom. Call our office today to schedule a case consultation with a member of our legal team. The number to dial is (516) 227-5353.

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