Need to contest a Will?

You probably have a lot of questions: How do you contest a will? What’s the time frame? What if there’s a no-contest clause? Do you have the right to file a contest? What are the steps?

Answering these questions requires a complete understanding of the facts and circumstances of your case. This is very important.

You wouldn’t accept the opinion of one random doctor before a serious surgery, and you don’t have to settle for the advice of just one attorney on your will contest matter!

Yes, you can spend hours meeting with different attorneys, but that often results in conflicting answers, increased confusion, and added frustration. There’s an alternative.

With us, you’ll get the power of meeting FIVE probate litigators without all the hassle.


Our Intake Specialist will ask questions that get to the root of your matter. They’ll document your story (so you won’t have to repeat it several times), verify your contact information, and pull public records (when appropriate). They’ll organize all that information in your private prospect file.

They will also schedule your Consultation. (Valued at $175.00)

During the Consultation, an attorney will review your prospect file–and develop it further if necessary. They will help you identify and set goals, and explore options. And it gets better!


We call a meeting with 5 probate litigation attorneys to review your prospect file. They will consider all known facts, applicable rules, and laws, local court trends and procedures, and collaborate to form a strategy to achieve your goals. Your case is then assigned to one of those 5 attorneys.

After the team meeting, you’ll meet with the Lead Attorney on your case. You’ll confirm facts, verify goals, review our custom strategy, and discuss the next step to getting it done.


After meeting with the Lead Attorney on your case, If you’re not 100% sure we are the right law firm for you, we will refund your deposit and politely part ways, no questions asked.

We’ve served over 1,000 people involved in high-conflict probate, will, trust, elder abuse, and conservatorship matters since 1998. We look forward to serving you, too. Call now.