Colorado Springs Probate Litigation Attorneys

Following the loss of a loved one, disputes can start immediately between family and those who remain surrounding the will and the estate. At Farry & Stock, P.C., we have represented individuals seeking to contest a portion of a will or litigate during the probate process because of wrongdoing of others. Our lawyers also routinely represent out-of-state individuals who have an estate concern here in Colorado.

If you are in the midst of a will or estate dispute, we are available to act on your behalf and insure that your interests are protected, as well as the intentions of your loved one. Call our Colorado Springs law offices today at 800-683-6587.

Our El Paso County will contest lawyers are prepared to act on your behalf and litigate on any portion of the will or estate that is under dispute. This could include issues of:

Undue Influence

As a person ages, it is all too common for another adult to make an effort to become close to the elderly individual in hopes of capitalizing on the will or other estate decisions. This could include an overbearing caregiver, a new spouse, new girlfriend or new boyfriend. Alzheimer's patients and those with failing mental health are often the most vulnerable to these manipulative tactics. If you are concerned about the intentions of someone in your loved one's life, contact us.

We also provide representation if, following the passing of your loved one, the will seems to have been altered to include someone who exercised undue influence to receive a portion of the estate.

Breach Of Fiduciary Duties

The person who has been named executor of the estate or has been named the power of attorney has specific duties and obligations to fulfill, acting as the deceased or incapacitated individual would have wanted to. When he or she fails to fulfill these duties, you can take action to hold him or her accountable for a breach of fiduciary duties.

Our attorneys will help you understand all legal options at your disposal and make informed decisions that are best for you and your family.