Contesting a Will or Trust? Time is Not on Your Side.

If you are considering contesting a will or trust, it is essential that you take immediate action to preserve your right to object to how things are being done.

You could have as little as 120 days in the case of a trust and 30 days for a will to notify the court that you plan to object.  If you miss this key deadline, you will be barred forever from contesting.

Is the administrator of the trust refusing to cooperate or provide information?  Or perhaps there was some type of undue influence when a will was written.  No two situations are exactly the same, but one thing IS true for everyone:  if you drag your feet, you could miss an important deadline.

Explore the many articles and videos on our website for answers to your questions.  Also, please order your free copy of attorney Scott Grossman’s books or DVDs by calling (888)443-6590.  If you have a question that needs immediate help, contact us to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation.

 
Scott Grossman

Scott Grossman

Attorney

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