It’s easy to find trust and estate attorneys and it’s easy to find civil litigators, but it is almost impossible to find trust and estate litigators. Typically, probate attorneys do not have experience in a trial setting. Likewise, trial attorneys will most likely have never tried a case in probate court.
We are trust and estate litigators. We know how to prepare cases for trial in probate court. Unprepared probate attorneys are more likely to accept settlements when faced with the possibility of conducting trial.
Unhappy people frequently call our firm seeking help because their attorneys are bleeding them dry through letter-writing campaigns and long-winded telephone calls. It’s difficult to fault attorneys for writing demand letters in an attempt to settle, some are even necessary first steps to trial. However, ongoing passive communication must be balanced with swift action. In trust and estate cases, action really does speak louder than words.
We embrace judicial intervention because as trial attorneys we are comfortable in court which tends to save our clients money. In many cases, delay plays into the opposition’s hands. The longer you wait, the more money they take. We usually write one demand letter, then file a petition seeking judicial relief.
Our clients know they are getting highly skilled attorneys, what they don’t expect is the effort we put into achieving client satisfaction. We go out of our way to provide each client with an exceptional law firm experience.
It is gratifying to see our clients smile and enjoy the extra steps we take. We know this is a difficult time and we know there are a lot of attorneys willing to take your case. That’s why we are committed to doing our best to give you peace of mind in knowing we are the right firm for you.
If you want an exceptional law firm experience and no-nonsense trust and estate litigators on your side, call us today for a no cost consultation.