Losing a loved one is a life-changing event that sets off a chain reaction. You have to make the funeral arrangements for your loved one and you have to take care of his or her estate. In many cases, handling the estate of your loved one is an easy process; however, there are times when it becomes complicated.
In our blog post last week, we discussed who can challenge a will. Challenging a will isn’t something that is common but it is something that you should understand is possible. If the will is challenged, it can mean that the probate process takes longer and costs more than if the will goes through without any issues.
We know that the last thing you want to do is deal with drama because of your loved one’s estate plan. We know that you don’t want to have to worry about the will being validated. We can help you through the probate process if your loved one’s will is challenged. We also know that you want your loved one’s wishes followed. With that in mind, you might find that you need to challenge the will. If that is the case, we can help you learn if you have a legal ground to challenge the will. We can then help you put together your case.
Ultimately, it is important that your loved one’s assets be divvied up according to what he or she wanted. We can help you get to the bottom of the issue so you can know that your loved one’s final wishes were handled properly.