Contested Wills and Trusts

At BRAWW, we recognize that the first place where probate litigation can occur is discerning the validity of a will. Litigation may also arise over the administration of the estate or the actions of an executor. If you want to contest a will, once you’ve been served with notice that a will has been filed for probate, you only have 10 days to file an objection. The three main causes for contesting a will include lack of mental capacity, undue influence or fraud.

Whether you are defending or contesting a will, BRAWW will take immediate and thorough action to investigate your situation. We reach out to family members and other involved parties to investigate the conditions under which the will was signed, and evaluate other crucial details of the situation.