Florida Attorneys Represent Parties in Will Contests
The contesting of a will, no matter the circumstances, is never an easy or pleasant affair. If you are contesting a will, do everything you can to make sure your efforts have the best chance of achieving your goal. Contact Revis and Blackburn for experienced counsel and aggressive representation
Challenge a Will Signed Under Undue Influence
You may question a will that you believe your mother or father signed under coercion by a love interest, neighbor, business associate, health care giver, step-child, sibling, or in-law. Do you suspect that your mother, father, grandmother, or grandfather was a victim of elder abuse by a caregiver who coerced a revision of the will that was favorable to them? Perhaps the will under scrutiny is a "do-it-yourself" will from a stationery store or copied off the Internet — and you find it hard to believe that your deceased loved one truly understood the provisions of that questionable will. Protect your family's interests and the true intent of your deceased loved one through a will contest if you suspect that their wishes are not reflected in the current will.
Defend Your Loved One's Intent as Expressed in the Will
You may be the named personal representative of your loved one's estate — and be forced to defend their will from a contest mounted by other beneficiaries or potential beneficiaries. They may accuse you of violating your fiduciary duties or otherwise committing wrongdoing in the process of settling your loved one's estate.
With more than 50 years' combined experience in the area of probate and estate administration, we are prepared to protect your interests when you seek to defend or challenge a will.