LITIGATION (Will, Trust, Estates and Real Property disputes)
It is a difficult situation when a loved one passes away. The situation is much worse if someone you know or one of your family members has committed some type of impropriety on the decedent. This situation could arise if a family member convinced the decedent to transfer the property to themselves, keeps the elder isolated, treats the elder’s property as their own, or changes their elder’s estate plan. These are just a few examples of the pleura of situations where a family member may have absconded with part of the elder’s estate.
The attorneys at The DLJ Law Firm are experienced with resolving these difficult situations, which routinely consist of a delicate balance of emotional and legal concerns when family members are on opposite ends of the ligation. Through our years of experience, the attorneys at The DLJ Law Firm have cultivated an ability to balance consistently achieving positive results for our clients, with compassion understanding that family members are on the opposite ends of the litigation table. If you are anyone you know suspects someone has absconded with part or all of an elder’s estate that does not rightfully belong to them, contact the attorneys at The DLJ Law Firm for a free consultation today.
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