Handling Probate Litigation
When an estate planning document is contested or the interpretation of the document is under question, it may be necessary to involve the courts. But as so many learn, the probate process is not entirely intuitive. It requires an extensive understanding of the law and even more experience applying it to each client’s unique situation.
At Ransmeier & Spellman P.C., we have that experience, having handled hundreds of probate cases over the last three decades. Though we consider ourselves to be a general practice law firm, we can handle a wide variety of probate issues stemming from estate planning matters. And because we are permitted to practice throughout New Hampshire and New England, our attorneys can represent individuals and institutions that need help with:
The contesting of a will or trust
- Interpretation, administration and management of trust instruments
- Reformation or modification of trust instruments
- Termination of a trust
- Issues arising from durable powers of attorney
- Breach of fiduciary duty
Legal Representation For Complex Trust Litigation
Litigation for complex trusts can be incredibly challenging if you’re not familiar with the intricacies and differences between New England probate laws. To make matters more complicated, the law is always subject to change. If you do not keep up on these changes, you may not be able to seek a favorable resolution in probate.
At Ransmeier & Spellman P.C., we stay up-to-date on the law and are confident in our ability to effectively explain these changes to our clients. We address our clients’ concerns promptly when they arise and make sure they have a strong advocate on their side during the entire probate process.
Seeking Counsel To Resolve Your Case
Don’t let probate litigation catch you by surprise. Whether you’re going through negotiations, mediation, arbitration or litigation, the skilled and qualified attorneys at Ransmeier & Spellman P.C. are here to help. We understand the sensitive emotions that often accompany legal disputes, and we want to be the ones who will make the process easier for you.
To schedule a consultation, contact us by email or call 603-290-5104. You may speak with one of our friendly lawyers over the phone or in person at either our Concord or Alton offices. We accept credits cards.
Put experience and unwavering support at your disposal. Contact Ransmeier & Spellman P.C. today.