“We can help preserve and protect the memory of your loved one and assure that their last wishes are fulfilled.” - Jay Silberblatt
The death of a family member often creates uncomfortable issues between family members that we are hesitant to even think about. Yet these issues can lead to unpleasant confrontation and conflict. Was there a will? Was the will properly executed? Was the will the result of undue influence? Was the loved one fully competent when the will was signed? Does the will truly reflect the intentions of the loved one? When questions like these are on your mind, it may be that the answers will only be found by pursuing litigation in the Orphans Court - the division of our courts that deals with wills, trusts, and estates. We have a wealth of experience in dealing with issues such as these.