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Premier Litigation For Contested Probate, Estate And Trust Administration And Conservatorships

When a loved one dies, siblings, stepparents, nieces, nephews and other close family relatives often experience turbulent emotions and conflicting opinions about their rightful inheritance. Even before a loved one passes away, stormy conservatorship disputes or successor trustee missteps can lead to choppy discourse. Resolving these types of conflicts frequently requires the assistance of an experienced legal team.

At Van Dyke & Associates, APLC, our attorneys provide sophisticated counsel for potential beneficiaries, trustees and executors. Read more about our highly skilled and accomplished team by following the links here:

Protecting Our Clients’ Rights For More Than 20 Years

When contentious trust and probate issues threaten a decedent’s wishes and instructions for distributing their estate, Van Dyke & Associates, APLC, is the firm to call.  The battle for one’s rightful inheritance can stretch over many years without the counsel of a knowledgeable attorney.

Our attorneys tailor strategies based on our clients’ unique needs following a careful analysis of the circumstances and documents – or lack of documents – to develop a power-packed case for trial. When necessary, we bring in expert witnesses to present before a jury or judge. Not every probate and estate administration law firm has the resources to take cases to the next level. We do.

This is why many of our cases come to us by way of referral from other estate administration attorneys, accountants and financial advisers.

We Understand The Nuances Of Probate Law. Talk To Us.

When you are contending with clashing opinions about the process of probate, estate or trust administration, call Van Dyke & Associates, APLC. Sometimes, a favorable outcome means taking a case to the appellate court. We will do that. We are well-versed and well-respected for our ability to defend rulings or fight adverse lower court rulings. Call our office in San Diego at 619-514-2094 or send us an email to initiate a consultation.