Beneficiary Disputes

When Beneficiaries Don’t Receive What Is Expected

Even if a will is determined to be valid, beneficiaries still might be unhappy with the disposition of their loved one’s estate. It may be that the executor of the estate has not properly handled his or her duties. In this case, the beneficiaries may have legal recourse if they have not received what they expected.

There are many reasons that beneficiaries might turn to probate litigation to right a wrong that they feel has been done to them. At Chan Law Firm, we protect the rights of beneficiaries and help them resolve inheritance disputes.

Our attorneys have more than 25 combined years of experience in probate matters. To arrange a consultation, please call us in Marietta at 678-894-7917 or complete our contact form. We represent clients throughout metro Atlanta.

Make Sure Your Beneficiary Rights Are Protected

A common reason that a beneficiary might take legal action is if an executor is not fulfilling his or her fiduciary duties when handling the decedent’s estate. Executors are often entitled to take a fee in exchange for handling an estate. However, it is important that executors do not abuse this privilege and use assets to which they are not entitled. It may take an experienced attorney to investigate the situation on behalf of an upset beneficiary.

Sadly, many of these disputes are among family members. At Chan Law Firm, our attorneys are adept at handling these sensitive cases with delicacy and professionalism.

Connect With Our Probate Litigation Lawyers

The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can advise you about your situation. To arrange a consultation, please call 678-894-7917 or contact us by email. Our office is in Marietta, and we represent clients throughout metro Atlanta.