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Hackensack Will Contests Lawyer

When a family has lost a loved one, the emotions can be very complicated. This is especially true if there is a will that some family members are questioning. When a mother or father leaves a will that disproportionately favors one child, very often those who have been disfavored will want to more fully examine the validity of the will.

Questions may arise regarding whether the person making the will was competent, or whether the will was created under circumstances reflecting undue influence. When a parent has been cared for exclusively by one child who then receives a disproportionate amount of the estate, questions of whether the will was the product of purely voluntary desires can come up. Another sibling may assert that undue influence was placed on the parent.

There may have been a transfer of particular property while that person was still alive — an inter vivos transfer. Others may have expected that property to be a part of the estate.

No matter how the questions surrounding an estate arise, attorney Mike Lubin can help you deal with them.

The heightened emotions that are born from differing expectations regarding an estate can lead to tremendous conflict. Having a skilled attorney representing your best interests can help you effectively navigate such a difficult situation.

Four Decades of Providing the Highest Caliber of Legal Representation

At Mike Lubin Law, attorney Mike Lubin brings decades of experience and the highest ethical standards to the aid of clients who are concerned about the validity of a will, as well as those facing such questions. He understands how emotional these situations can be and works to focus efforts on securing the results his clients are looking for.

Attorney Mike Lubin has had an extensive career spanning 40 years that has been recognized multiple times for providing representation of the highest quality, including being certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Civil Trial Attorney since 1982 and consistently receiving an AV* Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell.

Contact Bergen County Inheritance Disputes Attorney Mike Lubin of Mike Lubin Law in Hackensack

Will contests can be extremely trying. If you have questions regarding the validity of a will or the transfer of property, or if you are being subjected to such questions, attorney Mike Lubin can help you effectively resolve such issues. To schedule a free initial consultation with Hackensack will contests attorney Mike Lubin, call 201-212-4709 or contact Mike Lubin Law via e-mail.

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Mike Lubin Law
25 Main Street, Suite 104
Hackensack, NJ 07601

Phone: 201-212-4709
Fax: 201-525-0559
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