Wills are invaluable legal tools meant to help people designate who will receive their property upon death. Unfortunately, wills can be abused or simply drafted or changed incorrectly, shutting out deserving heirs and beneficiaries and causing confusion and legal conflicts.
At the Phoenix law firm of Gorman & Jones, PLC our attorneys have almost 20 years of combined legal service in estate planning, probate and will, trust and probate litigation. If you believe that a change to a loved one’s will is legally questionable and you have questions regarding your legal rights, we can help.
We have handled numerous cases involving questionable wills. Once we file the case we can request that the probate court freeze the distribution of assets until the case is resolved, effectively protecting the property in question. We can then effectively pursue a permanent and fair resolution.
We recently represented a client with a same-sex partner. The partner died, and her family had the will changed in the hospital two days before her death, shutting our client out from all inheritances. We were able to show that the testator did not understand the nature of what she was doing, and successfully had all assets in question transfer to our client.
Contact attorneys Andrew P. Gorman or Matthew Mark Jones of Gorman & Jones, PLC for a free initial consultation regarding questionable will changes and will and trust contests. We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover, are available for weekday and evening appointments, and operate five Arizona offices for your convenience. To contact a lawyer, call 623-974-5585.
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