Estate Litigation Warrants An Attentive Approach
Estate litigation can be a challenging and emotional dispute for everyone involved. At Ritigstein Law, we act as our clients’ trusted legal counsel who effectively fights on their behalf. Our Haddonfield lawyers represent beneficiaries, trustees and executors throughout southern New Jersey.
Effective Counsel For Estate Litigation
Attorney Michael D. Ritigstein has over 17 years of courtroom experience and a long history of estate litigation results. He represents clients in estate litigation cases, and can quickly understand the strengths and weaknesses of the opposition’s case. Mike has a Master of Law degree in taxation and a thorough understanding of estate planning and administration. He will work to obtain an efficient resolution for your case.
We represent clients facing many types of estate disputes, including but limited to:
- Disputes related to unclear will and trust construction
- Breaches of fiduciary duty
- Trust litigation
- Contested wills
- Creditor claims against an estate
- Taxation issues
- Fraud, duress, coercion and undue influence
- Proper will execution and testamentary intent
- Asset and property ownership disputes
Estate Administrators And Litigation
Executors and trustees must make decisions that are in the best interests of the estate’s beneficiaries. If you believe that an estate administrator acted in their self-interest or mismanaged an estate or trust, we can investigate your claim and provide advice on how to move forward.
If you are an estate administrator, executor or trustee facing litigation, our attorneys can represent your best interests. We understand the complexities of your duties and obligations and how to best protect you.
Call Our Law Firm As Soon As Possible
Estate litigation can take time, and the process is difficult on families and individuals. Our attorneys can manage your case and guide you toward a positive resolution. Call us now at 856-375-1473 or fill out the contact form to schedule your free 30-minute consultation.