Experienced Guidance On Complex Probate Litigation
Navigating probate and estate administration can be complicated, especially when disputes arise. At Sulloway & Hollis, we assist private clients with all aspects of trusts and estates, including probate litigation. Our attorneys bring to the practice a wealth of experience handling complex estate disputes. Applying strong litigation backgrounds, we provide guidance and litigation services for executors, trustees, beneficiaries, heirs and other interested parties throughout the U.S. in matters involving New Hampshire estates and trusts.
Combining Strong Litigation Skills With Well-Rounded Legal Knowledge
Probate litigation is a challenging area of law. It requires technical knowledge of tax issues, estate planning and administrative principles and exceptional litigation skills.
Because our attorneys are well-versed in complex estate planning, we understand the legal landscape that shapes the outcome of probate and trust disputes. We are also accomplished litigators. Many have earned professional acclaim from prestigious organizations such as Chambers U.S.A., New England Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in America.
We handle probate and trust litigation involving:
- Will contests
- Capacity challenges
- Undue influence
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Disputes over asset valuations and accountings
- Mismanagement of assets
- Guardianship disputes
- Validation of wills and trusts
Many of these cases concern the trusts and/or estates of business owners or executives. High-value assets such as closely-held businesses, real estate, stock options and retirement accounts may be at stake.
Because our firm has a multidisciplinary practice, our attorneys are especially well-equipped to handle these unique issues. Our robust business and corporate law and real estate groups provide guidance on the intersection between these often overlapping areas of law.
Practice Group Members
To learn more about our Probate Litigation Practice Group, visit our contact page or call Practice Group Leader, Elise Salek, at 603-223-2800.