June 16, 2017

Will And Trust Litigation

Winter Garden, Florida, Will, Probate and Trust Litigation Attorney

An interested person, after the death of a decedent, may seek to have a will or trust declared invalid on the grounds that the decedent lacked the capacity to make a valid will or trust, or was under the undue influence of one of the beneficiaries. If you have concerns about the validity of a will or trust, contact the Winter Garden, Florida, Law Office of Eric S. Mashburn, P.A., to schedule a consultation to discuss your concerns.

A person who wants to contest a will or trust must act before the time for challenging the document has expired. This period varies depending on the situation. Once the period has expired, however, the will or trust cannot be contested. So you should not delay in contacting he Law Office of Eric S. Mashburn, P.A. about your concerns.

Our office has handled litigation and disputed matters for our clients for over 40 years. Attorney Eric S. Mashburn has been Board Certified by the Florida Bar in either Civil Trial or Business Litigation since 1993. He has extensive experience in litigation and trial matters and has handled several thousand cases over the years. We represent clients with regard to disputed matters in all areas of estate law including:

  • Trust litigation

  • Probate litigation

  • Guardianship disputes

  • Will contests

We are also experienced at resolving matters outside the courtroom through settlement and the use of alternate dispute resolution methods, such as mediation and arbitration. We work hard to obtain reasonable negotiated settlements for our clients to avoid the costs of litigation.

If you are seeking an experienced and knowledgeable trial lawyer to represent you in a will contest, or probate or trust litigation, please  contact the Winter Garden, Florida, Law Office of Eric S. Mashburn, P.A. for a consultation.

Eric S. Mashburn