Helping Ohio Families with Probate Litigation Issues

January 10, 2013

Probate Trusts and Estates

probate litigationProbate is a legal process of administering the estate of someone who has died. It involves resolving all claims against a deceased person’s estate. Probate also involves distributing the property of the estate following Ohio laws as well as the instructions provided within a specific legal document such as a will or a trust.

Often times, disputes, disagreements or questionable activities arise during the probate process that needs to be worked out either inside an Ohio court room or outside a court of law. These types of issues are known as probate litigation.

It’s common for disagreements to develop between family members over inheritance issues or disputes to surface when someone is appointed to administer an estate.

The Akron, Ohio law firm of Slater & Zurz LLP has been helping people with probate litigation matters for over 40 years. The lawyers at the firm offer clients a wealth of experience needed to pursue probate litigation matters including such things as the following:

  • Contesting wills and trusts.
  • Representing a beneficiary or beneficiaries of a will or trust.
  • Representing executors and trustees against actions by beneficiaries.
  • Inheritance disputes.
  • Misuse of Powers of Attorney.
  • Appointment or removal of fiduciaries and guardians.

To learn more about the assistance that can be provided for probate litigation, please call Slater & Zurz LLP for a free consultation with an Ohio attorney experienced with probate litigation matters 1-888-919-4770 or visit probatelawyerohio.com.

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About slaterzurz

Slater & Zurz LLP is an Ohio law firm of highly experienced and respected attorneys. Over the last 40 years, we have developed a reputation for getting positive results for clients. We've been trusted with handling over 20,000 personal injury cases and our clients have received more than $120,000,000.

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