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Do you have a dispute over inheritance?

On Behalf of | Dec 29, 2017 | Inheritance Disputes |

Seattle residents like you already have more than enough to deal with when a loved one passes. Unfortunately, matters of inheritance aren’t always straightforward. If you feel like you have intentionally been left out of a will, or take issue with the way inheritance matters have been handled, Riach Gese Jacobs, PLLC, is here to aid your fight.

It’s difficult to be in a situation where you believe that your loved one has had their assets mismanaged, possibly intentionally. This is especially true if you believe the mismanagement was caused by a friend, family member, or someone else who may have been close to them. There are some cases in which negotiation may be enough to right any potential wrongs that have occurred.

In other cases, litigation is necessary, as the possibility of financial abuse or undue influence do exist. In these cases, a person may have manipulated or even threatened the departed into changing their will to be more favorable to them. This can result in strange or unexpected changes, like someone very close with the departed being left with minimal gain from a will, or even being written out of it entirely.

Timing is of crucial importance when you’re dealing with inheritance dispute cases. If you feel wronged, or have any reason to believe that fraudulent or abusive acts have been committed against your passed loved one, then acting on that quickly is the most efficient way to get the situation fixed. To read more about matters of inheritance and what you can do if something needs to be corrected, give our web page a look.

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