A person who is creating an estate plan will often use trusts as a way to move assets around. These are established with a specific purpose in mind and must be handled in a specific manner. While these are usually foolproof, there are times when a trust litigation matter might come up. We can help you learn more about these matters and what options you have for handling them.
One thing to remember is that you can only take legal action in these cases if there are certain conditions present. These are very strict, so not all cases will be able to head to court if someone thinks something isn't right. We can review the matter to give you our opinion on what you can do to rectify the situation.
Before you attempt to take legal action over a trust, remember that a person can have a change of heart and alter the terms of the will. Unless the trust is an irrevocable one, this might be the reason the trust is different now than what it was. Another issue that might come up is that the trust isn't funded and that the assets are no longer able to be placed into the trust.
We understand that not getting the inheritance you were expecting is rough. We are here to work with you to determine if there is anything you can about the problem. If there is, we will fight on your behalf to get you what is due to you. This might be a tough battle, but we will pursue a suitable outcome for you.