Probate Disputes and Estate Litigation
While litigation is never pleasant, it's sometimes necessary or unavoidable.
In the context of probating an estate, there are a number of things that may happen that damage the interests of heirs and beneficiaries. Often, the only way to resolve these issues is to bring them before a judge. If you believe you have been treated unfairly or that fraudulent or illegal actions took place in administering or probating an estate, contact the law office of Matthew M. Carucci.
Why Estate Litigation Might Be Necessary for You
A number of things can occur that would signify a problem with a will, a trust, or the process of probating an estate.
Families come to my Wilmington law office when they need help getting the assets they deserve from an estate, or when they suspect that illegal actions have occurred. As your probate attorney, I will fight to protect your interests as a beneficiary, a creditor, or a representative of an estate.
Contact me for a free initial consultation. Learn more about how an attorney can help you in your fight for just and fair treatment.
Matthew M. Carucci, Attorney at Law, LLC
521 West Street
Probate lawyer Matthew M. Carucci assists beneficiaries and heirs of estates in Delaware in New Castle County, Kent County, and Sussex County. He serves clients primarily in the communities of Wilmington and Newark, but accepts cases throughout Delaware, including the communities of Harrington, Dover, Delaware City, Newport, Odessa, Townsend, Fenwick Island, Georgetown, Milford, and Seaford.
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.
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