Why might trust litigation be necessary?
In some cases, the individual that created the trust may have lacked the legal capacity to do so, and therefore legal action may be needed to determine the validity of the trust. Litigation may also be necessary if there are questions as to whether the individual was coerced into creating the trust or including certain aspects in the trust. If the individual’s free will was inhibited by influence or persuasion, then litigation may be necessary.
We provide clients with extensive experience with trust, probate and estate litigation matters. We provide advice and support with various cases in which a trustee may find trust litigation necessary. To learn more about trust litigation, contact our lawyers today. We can provide consultation and solutions to the following issues:
- Compelling Trustees or Executors to Account
- Proceeding to Surcharge Trustees or Executors
- Removal of Trustees or Executors
- Obtaining Trust or Will information
- Prohibited Transferee Care Custodians