Family members do not always agree when a loved one becomes sick or when they pass away. These tremendously emotional circumstances heighten anxieties, and often bring long standing acrimony bubbling to the surface.

While there is a plethora of circumstances that can arise, some of them include:

  • Failures of fiduciaries (trustees, personal representatives or POAs) to communicate with family members and be transparent in their actions;
  • Disagreements between family members regarding medical protocols for a sick parent;
  • Challenges to POAs, wills and trusts relating to alleged incapacity – particularly if it involves disinheritance;
  • The transfer of a family held company that does not involve all of the family members;
  • Disputes involving the distribution of jewelry, artwork, furniture or personal effects; and
  • Non blood related family members (daughters-in-law, sisters-in-law, sons-in-law, etc.), though not legally involved, creating and sustaining impediments to various family issues.

Our firm is well prepared to address all of these concerns, having decades of experience in helping thousands of families get through this very difficult time in their lives. Our goal is to assist you in preservation of the integrity of your family member’s estate plans, and completion of their affairs.