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Know what to do when it is necessary to contest an estate plan

Estate plans are something that your loved ones might have in place to make it easy to handle their estate when they pass away. It is possible that some family members might fight against these estate plans, but they must have a good reason to do so.

At Conver & Grebe LLP, we understand that you are probably ready to just have the whole ordeal behind you. Whether you are the person who is contesting the estate plan or fighting back against it, we can help you assert your side of the case. This is a very difficult time for everyone, so being able to think about things with a clear head might be helpful.

There are several reasons why a person might opt to contest a will. One is that they have reason to think that the person was coerced into making the estate plan in a certain manner. Being coerced into certain decisions can invalidate a will.

We understand that you need to find out how you can handle this situation. The answer isn’t easy. You are likely facing family members whom you love, which makes the situation even more difficult. Unfortunately, there isn’t a way to make this any easier. However, we can help you determine what your legal options are for resolving the situation.

Ultimately, the most important thing in these situations is to ensure that your loved one’s wishes are being followed. When there are questions about the estate plan, this goal is something that might be difficult to attain. We can work with you to determine your options.

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