You may be the proper beneficiary of the estate of a deceased relative, friend or acquaintance; yet not received what you are entitled to receive from the estate. Whether you are the current or former spouse or civil union partner, a parent or child, natural or adopted, a grandchild, a nephew or niece, or someone more removed by blood relationship to the deceased, or whether you have some claim based upon your relationship and agreement with the deceased, the Law Offices of Jared M. Lans can help you to obtain what you are entitled to receive.
Claims include, among other things:
- Invalidity of a will due to destruction, a superseding will or other forms of revocation of the will by act
- Forgery of the will
- Undue influence of others upon the decedent resulting in invalidity, and related claims of mental incapacity or lack of necessary legal intent
- Demand for an accounting financial assets and expenses and an inventory of the assets of the estate
- Breach of fiduciary duty by the executor or administrator resulting in damages and possibly removal of the fiduciary
A full analysis of your rights and entitlement must be performed by experienced attorneys who can depend upon and trust. The attorneys at Jared M. Lans, Esq., have the experience and knowledge to assist e the right attorneys to assist you.