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An Estate Lawyer on Your Side
You need an estate litigator or inheritance lawyer when:
- You want to go beyond what a will provides. You are not always stuck with what a will gives you, especially if you were married to the deceased person or in a common law relationship with the deceased. Learn more on this website under the Types of Cases heading, in particular the Spousal Election and Dependant Support Claim sections;
- An estate trustee refuses to provide you with your inheritance, information, or documents;
- An estate trustee fails to act in the best interests of beneficiaries and creditors; or
- You want to prove that a will is invalid.
As several strict and short time limits apply to estate litigation, you should call an estate litigation lawyer or inheritance lawyer at Katzman, Wylupek LLP today if you have concerns. We want to hear what you have to say and will never charge you for an initial phone call.
Beyond simply meeting time limits, we assertively push matters forward towards their conclusions. For assertive representation that will bring movement to your file, call Katzman, Wylupek LLP.
A will does not always determine what someone inherits from the estate, especially if the will is not fair to a spouse or dependent. If the following information is relevant to you, please call us for advice:
As estate matters can be full of pitfalls, it is important to know whether you or your children have a strong case before you bring a dispute. On the other hand, you may miss your chance to protect your inheritance if you do not act quickly. If a trustee is stealing money or hiding money from an estate, it may already be too late to get that money back. For these reasons, it is important to receive good legal advice as soon as possible. Certainly, if you have been provided with a copy of a will and have concerns about what it says, or if a trustee refuses to provide you with a copy of the will within a reasonable period of time, you should call us.
Eric Katzman is an experienced lawyer at Katzman, Wylupek LLP who can help with estate litigation and inheritance matters. Unlike most other estate lawyers, Eric is willing to take cases on contingency. The contingency fee will be a percentage of what is won for a beneficiary or dependent. Hourly rate options are also available.
No-obligation, confidential phone calls with Eric are completely free.
Call 226.774.5289 for more information. Eric prides himself on being able to get to the heart of a legal issue within only a few minutes of conversation.