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Specializing in Probate and Trust Litigation

Disputes concerning wills and trusts are not only complicated, but they can worsen an already emotional situation. If you’ve found yourself embroiled in a conflict surrounding a deceased loved one’s estate, be sure to reach out to experienced estate law experts. The team at Sohler Whitman has years of training in probate and trust litigation, along with a proven track record of success.

Probate Vs. Trust: What’s the Difference?

As probate and trust litigation professionals, Sohler Whitman is your source for information concerning these two complex concepts. Over our time in the legal field, we’ve spoken with numerous clients who are unclear on the details of probate and trust and what makes them different from each other. If you’re unsure how to navigate either of these processes, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Here’s a quick overview of what these concepts entail:

Trust Litigation

Trust litigation may occur when someone takes legal issue with the appointed trustee. Because executing a will can be so complex, a trustee and beneficiaries may run into numerous kinds of disputes.

Probate Litigation

If someone attempts to contest a will or trust, probate litigation may need to occur. Any kind of conflict that results from a Last Will and Testament could use the help of a probate litigation attorney.

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Do I Need an Attorney?

Many people believe that speaking with an attorney will only complicate things rather than make the situation easier. This couldn’t be farther from the case. Working with an experienced lawyer is instrumental in getting you the outcome you need. We encourage you to consider a probate and trust litigation attorney in the following circumstances:

  • The will was changed under suspicious circumstances
  • Your deceased loved one was influenced by a third party while creating the will
  • The trustee does not act according to the will
  • The creator of the trust did not have the authority to do so
  • You believe documents were forged
  • Your deceased loved one did not have the mental capacity to make sound judgments concerning their assets

We Offer a Slew of Estate Law Services

In addition to probate and trust litigation services, we also offer guidance with administrative duties. If you’ve found yourself in charge of a deceased loved one’s assets, be sure to ask us about our probate and trust administration offerings. Our Portland, OR team would be happy to help you with the ins and outs of Oregon’s estate laws.

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