There Are Many Reasons To Contest A Will
The lawyers of Russo, Rosalina & Co., LPA, are well-qualified to give you legal advice on contesting a will or defending against a will contest. Contact our Ohio will contest attorneys to set up a consultation.
Probate Court Adversary Actions
Adversary actions that occur in probate courts include:
- Will contests: If you believe a will is not valid, a will contest in Ohio probate court can be used to challenge the will’s validity. A will may be invalid for many reasons, including situations where the maker of the will was not of sound mind or where the will was made under duress.
- Declaratory judgment action: If deeds are transferred while a parent is sick or are transferred incorrectly, a declaratory judgment can be filed to invalidate the deed in question, making the property part of an estate and enabling an heir to inherit it.
- Concealment actions: If you feel that someone has absconded with money that rightfully belongs in the estate, a concealment action can be filed to recoup estate assets.
The experienced estate administration attorneys of Russo, Rosalina & Co., LPA, can assist with the filing of adversary actions or develop defenses to adversary actions. We have helped thousands of people in northeastern Ohio with a wide range of estate planning and probate matters, including the initial drafting of wills, trusts and estate plans.
Even if you are not sure what kind of help you need, contact the Ohio will contest attorneys of Russo, Rosalina & Co., LPA, today for help with any and all of your estate-related matters.