People commonly bring legal action to contest a will. Inheritance disputes may arise questioning the legality of a will or the trustworthiness of a named personal representative. Family members and friends, including children, stepchildren, and/or former spouses may contest inclusion or exclusion. In other situations, people may wish to challenge the competency of the individual who wrote or executed a will. In the greater Baltimore, Maryland area, the skillful attorneys of West, Edwards & Associates have decades of experience in facing each of these scenarios and more through actions involving claims of fraud or malfeasance by a personal representative or trustee, challenges to the valuation or distribution of assets, actions to save or recover assets, actions to replace a personal representative or trustee and actions alleging the exercise of undue influence.
Whether a particular matter involves an emotionally charged dispute between family members or a united front by family members to rescue assets from an outsider who may have tried to take advantage of a loved one, the experienced fiduciary litigation attorneys of West, Edwards & Associates help clients prioritize all of the difficult variables in such matters to enable them to embark upon the course of action that best meets all of their interests.
The attorneys of West, Edwards & Associates provide courtroom representation, litigation services and dispute resolution for conflicts and disagreements that arise from wills, estates, and trusts, and guardianships for disabled adults. Their litigation clients included beneficiaries, Personal Representatives, Trustees and Guardians. All litigation matters are supervised by James H. West assisted by one of the attorneys in the Estates and Trusts practice.
Call West, Edwards & Associates, LLC, your Maryland fiduciary litigation attorneys today at 410-296-4655 to help insure that your position and interests are vigorously pursued. Please visit their contact us page for additional ways to schedule your free initial consultation.