For estate and trust litigation, matters you want aggressive and experienced representation. Our trust & estate litigation attorneys provide experienced representation for executors and beneficiaries of large estates exceeding $250,000.
Estate & Trust Litigation Services Our Firm Handles
Our estate litigation attorneys in New York and North Carolina can provide you with sophisticated service on a variety of estate and trust litigation matters including:
- Estate Claims
- Representation of Beneficiaries
- Challenging/Contesting a Will
- Spousal Right of Election
- Breaches of Fiduciary Duties
- Removal of Fiduciaries
- Contested Accountings
- MHL Article 81 Adult Guardianship Proceedings
- Wrongful Death/Pain and Suffering Recovery
- Power of Attorney Abuse
Do I Need an Estate and Trust Litigation Attorney?
If you are facing disputes over estates or trusts, consulting a New York estate litigation attorney or a trust litigation lawyer near you is prudent. A qualified attorney knows how to navigate the complexities in the legal process, resolving conflicts efficiently. The estate and trust litigation attorneys at Parisi, Coan & Saccocio, PLLC specialize in these cases, offering legal expertise to handle contested wills, breach of fiduciary duty, beneficiary disputes, or contested trusts. Their guidance ensures compliance with laws in New York and North Carolina, protects beneficiaries' rights, and resolves conflicts through negotiation or litigation, ensuring fair distribution and upholding the wishes of the deceased.
When to Consult a New York Estate Litigation Lawyer
During the administration process, an estate can be challenged at any time. If you or your family needs to take legal action against another party or defend your actions, you should seek the advice of an experienced estate litigation attorney.
Parisi, Coan, and Saccocio, PLLC has over 100 years combined experience in estate planning, administration of client’s wishes after passing, and representing litigants in cases of disputed estate matters.
Why Choose Parisi, Coan & Saccocio, PLLC?
With over 65 years of collective experience in estate and trust law in New York and North Carolina, our firm offers personalized guidance from inception to resolution. We meticulously select cases to provide top-tier representation and ensure exceptional service quality. Our team comprises of attorneys and Certified Public Accountants, offering unique insights into accounting, tax laws, and asset valuations, particularly in complex estates.
At Parisi, Coan & Saccocio, PLLC, we are here to help you through trust and estate litigation intricacies, striving for fair resolutions and upholding the interests of our clients with expertise honed through extensive experience in planning, administration, guardianship, and litigation. Trust us to protect your rights and guide you through your complex litigation matters with unwavering dedication and skill. Speak with a professional estate and trust litigation lawyer near you in New York or Charlotte, NC.
Breach of Fiduciary Duty
A fiduciary duty breach is not acting in the best interest of another party. Executors, Trustees, and Powers of Attorney must act honorably and in accordance with the law. A beneficiary or other interested party can bring an action against a fiduciary if there is a question about whether that fiduciary has acted appropriately.
The laws governing the acts of fiduciaries are very complex. Our trusts and estates departments in North Carolina and New York have represented many clients both in their capacity as a fiduciary and as a beneficiary where the acts of the fiduciary are in question. Having quality counsel in these types of contentious litigated matters is essential to avoid the many traps for the unwary including the potential to be surcharged for the legal fees incurred by the opposing party.
Contact us online or call 914-228-7448 to learn more about our comprehensive estate & trust litigation services in North Carolina & New York today!
Client Won CustodyAs many of you may know legendary singer/songwriter Aretha Franklin died in 2018 without leaving a will. Other wealthy celebrities such as Prince have done the same. This can lead to many types of unwanted consequences. As an example, the T&E department at PCS is currently ...
Brothers Inheritance RestoredAfter much litigation including more than a dozen depositions, obtaining numerous medical records and various other relevant documents, expert medical testimony, and the beginnings of trial preparation, an estate dispute was settled on behalf of our client for $700,000. Our ...
Porch Will Matter ResolvedIn another important, yet smaller financial matter, we recently settled a will contest where the decedent's will was signed and witnessed …. on his front doorstep. It was argued that the proper legal formalities were not followed in the execution of the will in this case and ...
Personalized Guidance From Start to Finish
We are very selective about the cases we take on to provide you with the highest quality representation.
Attorneys and Certified Public Accountants
Unique knowledge for accountings, tax laws, asset valuations and complex estates.
Exceptional Estate and Trust Law Experience
Over 65-years collective experience in estate and trust planning, administration, litigation, and guardianship.
I couldn’t have asked for anyone better to assist me.
Client Won CustodyDying Without A WillAs many of you may know legendary singer/songwriter Aretha Franklin died in 2018 without leaving a will. Other wealthy celebrities such as Prince have done the same. This can lead to many types of unwanted consequences. As an example, the T&E department at PCS is currently ...
Son Must Repay Mother’s EstateEstate CaseA local man and his then-wife used undue influence on his elderly mother to clean out the woman’s bank accounts before she passed away, a Schenectady County Surrogate’s Court ruled this week. The verdict, in a case brought by the woman’s two other sons, means the man and his ...
Brothers Inheritance RestoredEstate DisputeAfter much litigation including more than a dozen depositions, obtaining numerous medical records and various other relevant documents, expert medical testimony, and the beginnings of trial preparation, an estate dispute was settled on behalf of our client for $700,000. Our ...