How important is it to choose a Philadelphia Will Contest Attorney whose only focus is estate litigation? Naturally; never trust a complex will contest to a part-time practitioner. That is to say, such cases require specific experience in a particular court. In other words, a “Philadelphia Will Contest Attorney” cannot exist without years of experience. Indeed, contesting wills in the Orphans’ Court is learned over time. As an illustration, with over 20 years of experience, even someone like myself learns more each day.
Our Litigators Focus on Contesting Wills in the Philadelphia Orphans’ Court.
Will contests are what we do. Under these circumstances, exposure to various situations and facts provides our litigation team with a familiarity with the court’s procedures and practices. Further, we take the time to learn about you and your concerns. There are usually several options when pursuing a case, and we want to make sure the route selected reflects your wishes. Rest assured, your team of attorneys and paralegals will focus on your case.
Common Grounds For a Will Contest Are:
- Undue Influence.
- Incompetence at the time the Will was signed.
- Forgery of a signature or pages of the Will.
- Divorce voided portions of the Will submitted.
- Improper Will execution.
- Incorrect Will interpretation.
Experience Forms A Philadelphia Will Contest Attorney.
In conclusion, you owe it to yourself to retain an attorney with an abundance of experience. We have the experience.
Our estate litigators are not rookies; this is what we do.
Feel free to contact our office for a free, confidential consultation. Let’s review your options and see if we are a good fit.
Wills, Trusts, Probate, and Estate Litigation… It’s All We Do!
Peter Klenk, Esq.