Helping Generations Of Massachusetts Residents Resolve Inheritance Issues
Since 1918, Phillips, Silver, Talman, Aframe & Sinrich, P.C., has provided compassionate and complete care to individuals and families struggling with loss. Our attorneys understand that there are many circumstances where ambiguous or ineffective wills require the law to intercede. In those situations, our attorneys provide thorough and trustworthy guidance and advocacy.
For over a century of experience and dedication, work with Phillips, Silver, Talman, Aframe & Sinrich, P.C., attorneys. We leverage our knowledge and experience on your behalf. Email our office today to get the legal advice you need.
Common Reasons To Contest A Will
Many people associate will contests with large and complicated estates with many heirs, but there is a wide range of scenarios where a will contest is appropriate. For instance, you may consider contesting a will if:
- There are multiple and contradictory copies of a will.
- A will gifts property that is no longer a part of the decedent’s estate.
- There is a reason to believe the decedent was incompetent or the victim of undue influence.
If you are concerned about a will or estate plan and believe a contest may be necessary, reach out to our office as soon as possible. Our firm respects your personal needs while providing professional and legally sound advice. The sooner you speak with us, the sooner we can get to work on your problem.
Schedule An Appointment At Your Convenience
Our office is available to meet with you and begin evaluating your case. You can arrange an appointment at a time that works best for you by dialing 774-243-2785 or by emailing our office.