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Estate Disputes and Litigation

Estate disputes and litigation can be emotionally taxing and legally complex. At Georgia Probate Associates, we understand the challenges individuals face when disagreements and conflicts arise in the administration of an estate.


We are here to provide you with the guidance and support you need to navigate these difficult situations.

If you're dealing with an estate dispute or contemplating litigation, we encourage you to reach out for a free consultation. Our experienced team is ready to discuss your specific concerns and questions.

Estate disputes can encompass a range of legal and emotional issues. Some of the most common challenges individuals encounter when involved in disputed and litigated estates include:

  • Will Contests: Disputes may arise regarding the validity of the will, including concerns about the testator's mental capacity or undue influence.

  • Beneficiary Claims: Beneficiaries may contest the distribution of assets, often based on perceived unfairness or issues with the executor's decisions.

  • Executor Actions: Concerns about the executor's decisions or actions in the estate administration can lead to disputes.

  • Property Ownership: Disagreements over property ownership and inheritance rights can be a source of contention among heirs.

  • Spousal Claims: Surviving spouses may have legal claims for year's support or elective share disputes, requiring resolution.

  • Debts and Liabilities: Addressing debts, tax liabilities, and creditor claims in the estate can lead to disputes over asset distribution.

  • Interpretation of Terms: Confusion and disagreements can arise when interpreting the terms of wills and trusts.

Our team is experienced in handling estate disputes and litigation in Georgia. We provide expert advice, clear communication, and skilled representation to help you navigate these challenges and protect your rights and interests.

Contact us

Contact us today for a free consultation to discuss your specific estate dispute, explore your options, and work towards a resolution.

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