Will & Trust Disputes
Over the next several years we are going to see the largest transfer of wealth from the WWII generation to their children and grandchildren. We are also in a time when most “baby boomers” unlike their parents either failed to save for retirement or went broke paying for their children’s education. This has created a difficult problem that I see every day where siblings who were once close- go to “war” over their inheritance. It does not have to be that way. Unfortunately, some family’s would rather “fight” than “compromise”.
That is when I get called in to help. I give you an honest and “objective” opinion about your particular case. I tell you when to “fight” and when to “quit” (or not fight at all). You’ll hear and learn about “undue influence” “elder abuse” “breach of fiduciary duty” and “accounting” if you become involved in these types of disputes. We guide you and educate you not only on the legal implications of these terms as they relate to your particular case, but “common sense” approaches to handling these types of conflicts.