Probate and Estate Litigation

Without experienced guidance, the probate process can seem rather complex. At Riach Gese Jacobs PLLC, we have extensive experience in handling probate administration, inheritance disputes, and related matters.

When you turn to us for help with the administration of a loved one's estate, you can be assured that we will stand by your side every step of the way.

If you have become involved in a dispute during the probate administration process, we invite you to contact us to find out how we can help. Please e-mail or call us at 425-776-3191.

For a brief overview of the steps to take when someone dies, download our checklist here.

Probate Litigation

Probate is the process of administering an estate after someone dies. The process can be complex and time-consuming, and it is not uncommon for disputes to arise. If you have encountered a dispute during the probate process, our attorneys can help:

  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty By Estate Administrator, Personal Representative, or Other Party
  • Inheritance Disputes
  • Undue Influence Issues
  • Guardianship or Conservatorship Disputes
  • Probate Fraud

Find out more about the probate process.

Estate Litigation

In addition to probate, we are able to handle other related estate and trust administration matters. As experienced trial lawyers, we can effectively address matters such as:

People in Lynnwood, Seattle, and the surrounding areas of Washington have turned to Riach Gese Jacobs PLLC for decades. In fact, a large portion of our clients are the children, grandchildren, friends and neighbors of people whom we have helped in the past. We have built our practice by providing personal attention, and we work hard to meet the needs of everyone who turns to us for help.

Questions? Please Contact Us.

In addition to probate administration and estate litigation, we can also assist with administering estates that do not require probate. To learn more about our services and how we can assist you, please call us at 425-776-3191 to schedule a consultation with a dedicated probate lawyer.