Strategic Litigation For Estate Disputes
When questions arise whether a loved one was taken advantage of or pressured before their death, the potential fallout can be devastating. Whether you are challenging or defending an estate, F. Patrick Accisano brings a modern, strategic approach to every case he tries. He has helped clients in a multitude of estate proceedings and is a strong litigator who will vigorously pursue your case, in and out of the courtroom.
Solid Experience For The Most Complex Estate Dispute Cases
F. Patrick Accisano has decades of experience in handling estate and probate disputes in Monmouth and Ocean Counties, including:
- Contested wills
- Undue Influence
- Property and asset division disagreements
- Contested probate
- Elective Share
- Spousal Rights
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Removal of fiduciaries
- Complex estate businesses and accounting matters
- Sentimental personal property
- Will Interpretation proceedings
- Concerns involving incapacitation or disability
Throughout Monmouth and Ocean Counties, New Jersey, our estate dispute lawyer has appeared in courts and represented numerous clients in these conflicts. He is familiar with formal court proceedings, arbitration, informal negotiations and mediation to settle matters when needed. If you are involved in an inheritance dispute, please call Mr. Accisano now to learn your legal options.
Two Reasons To Dispute A Will
Many times a will is challenged due to possible circumstances such as:
- The person does not have testamentary capacity and may not be able to make this decision.
- The person is under undue influence of others.
The best ways to avoid a will dispute is to have a comprehensive estate plan that clearly sets forth your wishes. Contact our highly qualified estate planning attorney today.
Considering Consulting An Attorney For An Estate Dispute? Call F. Patrick Accisano.
If you require an estate dispute lawyer to help your family with property distribution or another dispute, contact us now in our Sea Girt office at (732) 449-1188 or request a consultation through this easy contact form.