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Preserving the Legacy

Inheritance-based disputes often erupt into intense, seemingly insoluble conflicts. Our Estate & Trust Litigation attorneys seek to help clients resolve those disputes to preserve the value of family assets and relationships. We understand the emotions at the center of estate conflicts arising from inheritance and division of family assets and businesses. Our level-headed approach and in-depth experience navigating disagreements involving complex estate and trust matters serves to give peace of mind and achieve meaningful resolutions.

In addition, our frequent representation of fiduciaries like trustees, personal representatives, and guardians, allows us to bring an enhanced understanding of the fiduciary duties and responsibilities at stake when disputes arise. Our fiduciary clients prize our clear, cost-effective advice and counsel as we help both avoid and resolve potential and existing problems.

Felhaber Estate Disputes & Litigation Experience

We represent executors, trustees, personal representatives as well as beneficiaries, helping them assess formal and alternative methods for resolving disputes that arise out of an estate or trust administration. Our experience includes:

  • Business ownership disputes
  • Alternative dispute resolution forums
  • Individual fiduciary, corporate fiduciary and beneficiary representation
  • Disputes regarding estate and trust administration
  • Requests for accountings
  • Representation of parties in mediation
  • Will and trust contests
  • Lack of capacity, undue influence and duress claims
  • Breach of fiduciary duty claims
  • Spousal rights

Scott D. Blake


Business & Commercial Litigation, Business Law and Transactions, Civil Litigation, Employment Litigation, Estate Disputes & Litigation

Lauren M. Weber


Business & Commercial Litigation, Civil Litigation, Construction Litigation, Employment Litigation, Estate Disputes & Litigation, Intellectual Property


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