October 23, 2020

Volume X, Number 297

Trust and Estate Litigation Practice

Effectively resolving complex trust and estate disputes requires not only a clear understanding of the substantive issues that are in play, but also a trial lawyer’s strategic judgment, procedural and evidentiary expertise, and ability to present a case to a judge or jury. So our trust and estate litigation practice pairs our nationally recognized Private Clients lawyers with a core group of full-time litigators who focus their practices on fiduciary matters.

Our trust and estate litigators have handled scores of fiduciary disputes in courtrooms across the country. We have successfully tried multi-million-dollar cases, we have set new precedent on appeal, and we have taught trust officers, in-house lawyers, and fellow practitioners. We pride ourselves on finding creative ways to resolve disputes before a lawsuit is filed, but when litigation cannot be avoided, we know the landscape and we know how to navigate it.

We have particularly in-depth experience representing corporate fiduciaries, who bring us their most sensitive trust and estate matters. We also regularly represent individual trustees and executors as well as trust and estate beneficiaries.

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