Seattle Will Contest Lawyer

When an estate is settled, a will can provide valuable direction to family members and allow for the distribution of assets. It can also form the basis of a conflict capable of turning into a legal battle. Many such conflicts call for the guidance of a qualified attorney.

If you are the subject of litigation regarding a will or you are concerned about a potential lawsuit — or if you believe you are being treated unfairly in the administration of an estate — talk to a lawyer with the estate litigation experience required to represent you in protecting your interests.

Resolving Difficult Inheritance Disputes

At the Law Offices of Ann T. Wilson, we are highly skilled at resolving inheritance disputes for our clients. As a dedicated estate attorney who concentrates on probate and estate litigation, Ann T. Wilson brings more than 20 years of experience with complex estate matters. Ms. Wilson litigates cases involving:

  • Wills that were allegedly changed to benefit one family member
  • Heirs who were disinherited
  • Accusations of fraud
  • Undue influence on a decedent
  • Validity of a will due to testamentary capacity and "sound mind" issues
  • Administrators, executors, trustees and personal representatives accused of negligence in their responsibilities
  • Missing wills and intestate estates involving decedents who had no will

Advice Regarding Claims | Utilizing TEDRA

AV-rated* attorney Ann T. Wilson advises clients regarding potential claims and will contests and has experience utilizing Washington's Trust and Estate Dispute Resolution Act (TEDRA) to assist clients in resolving conflicts with trustees and other fiduciaries and clarifying ambiguities affecting asset management and distributions. Ms. Wilson has served as a court-appointed special representative in a number of proceedings involving trust and estate disputes and regularly counsels fiduciaries regarding potential disputes and lawsuits.

Contact a Seattle Will Contest Attorney

Seattle and Bellevue will dispute attorney Ann T. Wilson can answer your questions about will contests and probate problems and provide guidance on how to proceed. Contact the firm for more information.

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