Were you to be the likely beneficiary of a will, trust or estate and learned that you had been removed from an estate document, or were never included on it? Do you have questions regarding undue influence that may have been placed upon your parent or other person during or after the creation of the will or trust?
At the Phoenix law firm of Gorman & Jones, PLC our probate attorneys are highly experienced at litigating will and trust disputes based on undue-influence and will and trust contests and dispute concerns. If you have questions regarding contesting a will or trust, we can help.
If you have questions regarding changes to wills and trusts, and believe undue influence is a cause, contact a team of lawyers that has handed estate planning, probate and probate litigation exclusively for a combined 19 years. Call 623-974-5585.
Undue influence is usually committed by trusted advisors in positions of trust, including:
Individuals who are susceptible to undue influence are usually vulnerable adults with competency issues and mental deficiencies related to Alzheimer’s, dementia, senility and heavy medication. We can work with treating doctors, social workers, adult protective services, court-appointed investigators and other witnesses to build your case and advocate for your rights in court, mediation and arbitration.
We operate offices in Phoenix, Sun City, West Sun City, Surprise, and Scottsdale, Arizona, and handle will and trust disputes in Arizona for residents of all states. For a no-charge discussion of your undue-influence questions, contact our firm.
We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover, are available for weekday and evening appointments, and operate five Arizona offices for your convenience. To contact us, call 623-974-5585.
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