Many times, certain provisions, or all, of a last will and testament may be contested by one or more parties. In such cases, the matter may be resolved through probate litigation. There are various grounds on which a will in Georgia can be contested. It is important to seek clarification on the laws and regulations that govern such matters before proceeding to court.
Typically, a probate court identifies the assets of a deceased estate owner. The court will also make decisions regarding incidental expenses, payment of taxes and property division. Some of the most common reasons for contesting a will include claims that beneficiaries have not properly carried out their fiduciary duties, allegations of undue influence and requests for creditor information details to be disclosed.
Teiger Law Center, P.C., has almost 30 years of experience providing personalized service and guidance to clients through the estate administration and probate litigation processes. Our dedicated legal team is prepared to answer your questions and swiftly address any complications that may arise during the administration of a decedent's estate. One of our primary goals is to help you avoid delays and disputes.
Our law firm assists clients through Georgia, but it also serves those who are attempting to carry out their estate duties from an out-of-state residence. We strive to make use of all available options to minimize the risk of probate litigation. You can contact the Teiger Law Center, P.C., via our toll free number or electronic contact form, both easily accessible on our website.