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Estate & Trust Litigation

Our litigation practice is limited to specific areas. We represent clients primarily in estate and trust litigation matters. These disputes often involve disagreements among beneficiaries or disagreements among beneficiaries and an executor and/or trustee. It is our goal to provide you with the most effective and efficient resolution to your dispute.

We realize that most of these disputes are among family members and we will attempt to resolve these issues while preserving family relationships. Litigation may not be the only solution and we will discuss dispute resolution alternatives with you. We represent clients regarding allegations of undue influence or fraud, breaches of fiduciary duties, misappropriation of estate and/or trust assets and ambiguities in estate planning documents; such as wills, trusts and powers of attorney.

Our attorneys will assist you in matters such as:

  • Trustee breaches
  • Executor breaches
  • Beneficiary claims
  • Breaches of fiduciary duties
  • Undue influence
  • Fraud
  • Misappropriation of estate and/or trust assets
  • Probated transactions
  • Malfeasance
  • Trust accountings
  • Estate accountings
  • Abuse of power of attorney

When you need a law-firm in Jackson, Mississippi experienced and knowledgeable in business, tax, trust and estate matters, please call our office at 601-709-7000 or contact us online so we may assist you.

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