Experienced Litigator Resolving Estate Disputes
No matter how hard someone works on his or her estate plan, it is impossible to please everyone. There are likely to be hurt feelings whenever a will is read or trust assets are distributed. Unfortunately, it is also possible an executor or trustee may not always act in the best interest of the estate.
Here at The Law Office of Mary C. LaGrone in Nashville, Tennessee, we resolve all types of probate litigation, protecting estates, beneficiaries, executors, trustees and other interested parties. With more than 20 years of experience, there is no case too complex for our founder, probate lawyer Mary C. LaGrone.
Solving Disputes With Sensitivity And Compassion
Many of these disputes unfold after the death of a loved one. Knowing emotions are often running high during this stressful time, Ms. LaGrone works to find solutions that respect families’ privacy and protect relationships. These include disputes over:
- The validity of a will
- Whether a trustee is abusing trust funds for his or her own benefit
- A power of attorney designee, guardian or conservator is financially abusing the person he or she is supposed to care for
- The executor or administrator committed a breach of fiduciary duty by not acting in the estate’s best interests
With an MBA and lengthy legal career dealing with complex financial disputes, Ms. LaGrone can help you determine the best course of action to protect your interests or the interests of the estate. While many times it may be beneficial for family members to compromise on a settlement, Ms. LaGrone will be ready to litigate in court if necessary.
Contact Us Today To Get Experienced Legal Guidance
Resolving estate disputes requires high attention to detail along with compassion for the emotions people are experiencing after the death of a loved one. We are ready to help you find solutions that work for you. Contact us today via email or call us at (615) 988-4106 to schedule a consultation.
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