Sauter Sullivan: Estate Litigation Attorneys in St. Louis, Missouri and Illinois
is usually a very sensitive matter, because a family member or loved one has died, and in the midst of all the grieving, someone is , the , or the handling of their There are difficult issues such as “who gets what?” or “I didn’t get my fair share!” or “This isn’t what Mom/Dad wanted to happen!” and so on. Sometimes trust assets cannot be readily found or accounted for, or the true intentions of the deceased are not clear.
Two types of parties are usually involved in . You might be a (or potential beneficiary) who feels you “didn’t get your fair share”, or otherwise has a problem with the way an estate is being managed or distributed. You might be an of a , and you need to defend your actions and management of the estate, or even the validity of the will itself. Either way, these are extremely sensitive matters that can be difficult to resolve without expert guidance and legal advice. If you are involved in an , you need an attorney who is an expert in resolving , either through negotiation, litigation, or alternative dispute resolution processes. The highly skilled and experience can help.
with one of our experienced . There’s , and we take many cases on a contingency basis, where you’ll pay us no legal fees unless we win your case.