St. Louis Will Contest Lawyers
At the St. Louis law firm of Uthoff, Graeber, Bobinette & Blanke, we help individuals, beneficiaries and personal representatives of an estate during will and trust disputes. If you believe you have been left out of a will or need to combat allegations of a will or trust being invalid, you can rely on our over 40 years of legal experience to help.
Contact our will contest and trust litigation law firm at 314-732-0746 or 888-445-2353. You may also e-mail our Missouri lawyers to set up your initial consultation.
Resolving Will Contests Throughout The St. Louis Area
When an individual feels as though he or she has been left out of a will, there are many ways for him or her to claim that it is invalid. Some of these reasons include:
- Lack of capacity
- Undue influence
- Lack of proper execution
Whether you are an individual seeking to prove that the will is invalid or you are seeking to fight against these allegations, we can help. By partnering with you, our skilled team is able to build a case that reflects your needs and wants while best protecting your interests as well.
Missouri Trust Litigation Attorney
Similar to will contests, individuals may feel as though they have been left out of a trust or given a smaller share of the inheritance that they were supposed to receive. It is also possible that the trustee breached his or her fiduciary duty owed to the beneficiaries of the trust. When this happens, it is critical to consult with a law firm that has dealt with these issues in the past.
At Uthoff, Graeber, Bobinette & Blanke, we know how to guard your interests when trust disputes arise. We have defended trustees and also litigated on behalf of beneficiaries. This experience on both sides of the table gives us a unique understanding of how each side builds its case, allowing us to prepare yours to the best of our ability.
Contact Our Probate And Estate Law Firm
To contact our will contest attorneys, call 314-732-0746 or 888-445-2353. You may also send our St. Louis law office an e-mail to discuss all of your probate and trust litigation concerns.