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Complex families may give rise to complex estate disputes

In years past, matters related to estate planning and the succession of assets were fairly simple and straightforward. Using an estate planning tool such as a will or trust, individuals could clearly instruct how personal assets and belongings were to be divided amongst heirs. In most cases, the bulk of such assets passed to a surviving spouse, children or grandchildren without question.

Common reasons for contesting a will

Death is something that all individuals, regardless of wealth and status, must one day face. When preparing for death and dealing with matters related to estate planning, some individuals unwisely take matters into their own hands or opt for shortcuts. Many specifics related to a will or trust, however, are complex which increases the likelihood that an error will occur that could result in unwanted and unforseen consequences.

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