by Richard Keyt, Arizona probate litigation attorney
Unfortunately disputes among heirs occur frequently after a person dies. Sometimes the heirs can reach an amicable resolution of problems, but when that is not possible, the aggrieved heir has only two options:
- Accept the status quo and move on with life.
- Sue to get a court order that resolves the dispute in favor of the aggrieved heir.
If you think you may have to sue to resolve a dispute among heirs, call me, Richard Keyt, at 480-664-7478 to discuss whether you have a case and whether it would be prudent to sue. I don’t charge to answer questions about probate litigation related issues.
Keep two important facts of litigation life in mind:
- You should not sue unless you have the law and the facts on your side.
- Litigation is very expensive. Anytime you are a party to a lawsuit, you can expect that it will be expensive.
To learn more about possible probate litigation call me at 480-664-7478 or email me at email@example.com.