Miami-Dade Will Contests
Probate Litigation Lawyer in Miami-Dade
A will cannot be contested simply because one is unhappy with the contents of the will. There may be certain objections which lead to a contest which could include an improperly drawn will, a will drawn under influence, or a forgery itself. It is very difficult to contest a will especially because the person who created the will is no longer there to defend the legitimacy of their wishes. Losing a loved one is never easy and having to deal with such financial matters or creditors claiming money can be very stressful. To help you through these tough times, you need to contact a Miami-Dade commercial litigation attorney.
Will Contests and Probate Litigation in Broward County
A will may be contested if the beneficiary, who may or may not be a family member, feels that they have been denied a fair inheritance. Although a difficult process, it is not impossible. That is why you need an attorney to help you read and understand the terms of the will and contest it for you on your behalf. The signing of the will must be witnessed by two people. In the absence of two witnesses a will can be contested if a statue of wills is violated as this would be a case of an improperly executed will. A will can also be contested if it is believed to be drafted under undue influence.
If you feel that any of the above situations relates to you, you need to contactthe Law Office of Maria L. Rubio. Our firm has 95 years of combined experience and we are a part of Super Lawyers and Legal Elite. Contesting a will is not easy and you need to get expert advice while dealing with such situations. Our firm will give your case our utmost attention. We will see to it that if you have been denied a fair inheritance due to external factors such as influence by other interested parties or that the will was not signed in the presence of two witnesses. You can be certain that you have the best counsel available at your side.
Contact a Miami-Dade will contest attorney today.