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Estate and trust disputes

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More often than you might think, disputes arise among siblings, relatives, or step-relatives over money or property that is (or should be) distributed under wills or trusts. 

What are the obligations of trustees and personal representatives? Did someone unduly influence your mother?   Have you been accused of mishandling funds? Lerch Early’s estate and trust litigators help you honor your loved one’s intentions while protecting your interests.  We carefully listen to your situation, identify your goals, and craft a strategy for your success.  Whether entering into a discreet and confidential settlement agreement or forcefully advocating in court, we help you navigate the difficult emotional and legal challenges that are part of inheritance disputes.

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