Are You Questioning The Validity Of Your Loved One’s Will?
If you recently lost a loved one, it is likely that the last thing you want to do is file a lawsuit that could result in a dispute with your family members. However, when your loved one’s will makes you question its validity, you may find that a will contest is the best way to ensure that the will is an accurate reflection of your loved one’s final wishes.
The attorneys at Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates, have helped clients from throughout the Little Rock metropolitan area for over 10 years by providing the guidance and support that a will contest process requires. We understand the emotional toll that such a lawsuit can have on an individual and a family, and we will work diligently to make the process as painless as possible.
Call 501-588-4451 today to schedule your case evaluation.
The Will Contest Process In Arkansas
To contest a will in the state of Arkansas, the contestant − the one who is contesting the will − must file a written objection with the county court overseeing the probate process. In most cases, the individual who objects to the contents of his or her loved one’s will must file the contest prior to the probate hearing.
In certain cases, the contestant may have until the estate’s final distribution to file a lawsuit. However, this extended timeline is generally only open to those who have found another will that contains different directions for the distribution of a decedent’s estate.
Get Started On Your Contest Today
As time is of the essence when it comes to will contests, it is important that you do not delay in filing your contest. When you choose the lawyers at Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates to handle your will contest, you will gain peace of mind from knowing that our attorneys are working to ensure the protection of your interests.
Email us or call us at 501-588-4451 or toll free at 866-311-3815 today to learn more about how our law firm can help you. From our office in Little Rock, we help clients with will contests throughout Arkansas.