I'm a Beneficiary and I'm Upset at the Trustee/Executor.
If you are a beneficiary having issues with a trust or estate administration, you should consult an experienced attorney to discuss your options.
Most disputes in trust litigation are a result of poor communication or a lack of any communication at all, but the dispute can also arise from confusion over how information is conveyed in an administration.
Sometimes, disputes arise because information is not requested or documented in an appropriate way.
Ultimately, if you are unable to resolve your dispute with the trustee or executor, then litigation must be commenced to have the court resolve the dispute. If you would like to begin the process and discuss your matter with one of our experienced attorneys, you may contact our office to schedule a consultation.
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