To create a valid will or trust, one must be mentally, emotionally, and cognitively “competent”. When beneficiaries and likely beneficiaries experience legal setbacks because a loved one was not competent when he or she created an estate document, they often have a strong case to contest the document and pursue assets and property.
At the Phoenix, Arizona, probate litigation law firm of Gorman & Jones, PLC our probate attorney team is highly experienced in litigating will and trust contests due to competency questions. Did your loved one suffer a medical problem upon completing a will or trust, including:
We can effectively handle your entire dispute. Our services will likely include:
We recently represented the adult daughter of a 92 year-old man. They lived in separate states.
Before passing away the father met a younger friend at a church. The new friend convinced the father to convey his house to him and lend him money, resulting in a full transfer of all valuables.
Our investigation revealed that the new friend had executed a similar scheme in another state. The other victims testified, resulting in a positive legal result.
Contact estate planning attorneys Andrew P. Gorman or Matthew Mark Jones of Gorman & Jones, PLC for a free initial consultation regarding will changes, undue influence and other issues related to competency. We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover and are available for weekday and evening appointments. We operate five offices in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Sun City, and Sun City West, Arizona for your convenience. To contact one of our lawyers, call 623-974-5585.
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