We Understand The Complexities Of Probate Litigation
Probate is the legal mechanism that resolves a deceased person’s affairs, but litigation is when there is an irreconcilable disagreement among the survivors. From a legal, emotional and logistical standpoint, a probate fight is hard on everyone. To get through it, you need representation dedicated to you, able to work with you in the way you need and to fight aggressively for the results you want.
At Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates, we have built a reputation as aggressive lawyers who fight for what our clients in Little Rock deserve. The truth is, probate fights are extremely sensitive. We listen to you and pursue your goals with perseverance and strength.
Contesting A Will In Arkansas
Under Arkansas law, any interested party can contest a will. Some of the primary reasons for taking such action include:
- The existence of another will
- Suspicion of fraud
- Evidence of undue influence
The party seeking to contest the will must provide written notification of their dispute to the court. When they must notify the court depends on the individual’s circumstances and can range from before the initial hearing up to before the dispersion of the assets.
What Makes Probate Litigation So Difficult?
Despite the legal challenges, probate administration and litigation are always personal issues. It is often a battle between family members. In seeking to resolve this one issue, old resentments can resurface. A bitter probate dispute can often lead to a lifetime of strife.
The sensitive, painful process of probate litigation is why our firm prioritizes taking fast, decisive actions. We take on the brunt of the difficulties in these matters and fight to keep them under control. We aggressively pursue results, and we solve issues before they grow into massive problems.
Skilled. Strong. Focused.
We understand how difficult it is to lose someone and then immediately go into a fight for it. We will advocate for you and do everything we can to pursue what you want.
We are experienced litigators and aggressive strategists who seek effective results. Contact our office by calling 501-588-4451 or using this online form. From our office in Arkansas, we help probate litigation clients throughout Arkansas.