San Jose Trust Litigation Attorney

When Does Trust Litigation Occur?

Trust litigation is a term that simply refers to legal proceedings that are related to a trust. Beneficiaries of a trust may pursue litigation in an effort to acquire their full legal rights of a trust, or to protect the assets in your trust from creditors or others who may seek to make a claim against your trust. Trust litigation can be a confusing matter without a trusted San Jose estate planning attorney, as the laws associated with this type of litigation are often complex and can be difficult for a novice to comprehend and act upon.

Trust litigation can be initiated during or after trust administration due to a variety of different reasons. A beneficiary may wish to pursue litigation when payments have been insufficiently made as outlined in the trust, when the trustee incorrectly values assets before sale or makes crucial accounting or reporting errors. Creditor claims may also be a common cause of trust litigation, as well as other family members who may feel they are entitled to part or all of a trust. Protecting your trust from negligent trustees or from overzealous opportunists is absolutely critical, especially for those who depend on their trust to maintain their lifestyle.

Winning Trust Litigation in San Jose

Since 1996, WealthPLAN has served many clients throughout the greater-San Jose area in matters of trust litigation and has been able to successfully allow many beneficiaries' trusts to remain protected from creditors and others who may attempt to make a claim. Additionally, the firm can give clients the advantage they need when seeking their legal rights from a trustee.

WealthPLAN focuses on results by working closely with their clients in order to organize and build a strategy for victory in court. Their team has nearly 30 years of experience in estate planning matters including trust litigation and may be able to provide you with the best legal support available.

Contact a San Jose estate attorney if you would like to pursue or protecting a trust.

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