Choosing the Right Probate or Trust Litigation Attorney
Choosing the right Florida
probate or trust litigation attorney is a difficult task, but one that is extremely important to resolving
the often complicated and delicate issues involved in probate or trust disputes.
It is also important to choose the right attorney, because in some cases,
disputed trust cases can be tied up in court for years. Be sure to choose
an attorney who can effectively achieve a favorable resolution while balancing
the fragile nature of probate and trust cases.
Experience in Probate and Trust Litigation
Make sure the attorney you choose is experienced in these types of cases.
Florida trust and probate laws are complex. Your attorney must be familiar
with the Florida Statutes as well as the case law that interprets those
statutes. An experienced Florida probate and trust litigation lawyer will
be best suited to navigate the laws that govern these cases.
Benefits of Courtroom Experience
What makes the attorneys at Kelley/Uustal particularly unique is that they
are trial attorneys who have tried numerous
probate litigation and
trust litigation cases. While many attorneys in Florida handle probate and trust litigation
cases, not all attorneys have experience going to trial. While many probate
and trust litigation cases settle before trial, it will be to your advantage
to retain our firm for your case so we can leverage the fact that we are
prepared to go to trial. At Kelley/Uustal, our willingness to go to trial
is an immeasurable benefit to our clients.
Schedule a Meeting & Discuss Fees
Before choosing the Florida probate and trust litigation attorney that
is right for you, it is important to schedule a time to meet with them
to discuss your trust, estate, or probate issues. It is always a good
idea to discuss fees with an attorney before you choose a probate or trust
lawyer. Some lawyers will provided a free consultation, while others will
require an up-front fee for meeting with them.
Be sure to ask if your probate case will be handled for a flat fee or if
there are other fees involved in the process. This will prevent unnecessary
confusion down the road. Our attorneys at Kelley/Uustal handle probate
and trust litigation cases on
a contingency fee basis only, which alleviates your financial burden - you only pay if we secure a
recovery for you.
Florida Probate Attorneys You Can Trust
The Florida probate lawyers at Kelley/Uustal have extensive experience
representing numerous heirs and beneficiaries in their probate and trust
disputes. We have assisted families in Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Daytona
Beach, West Palm Beach, and throughout the State of Florida with all of
their probate and trust litigation needs. Call the Florida attorneys at
Kelley/Uustal today for a free consultation.