Trusts and Estate Planning Litigation Lawyer
Exceptional Service. Tenacious Advocacy.
When it comes to estate planning litigation, we do our best to make certain that you stay out of the legal spotlight as much as possible. By minimizing your tax liability and court involvement, we can resolve your specific estate planning matter in the most cost-conscious manner possible.
We represent trustees, beneficiaries, estate administrators, and other third parties in all types of estate planning litigation matters, such as:
- Trust administration
- Probate administration
- Breach of fiduciary duty
Estate planning issues are often very sensitive and complex matters. We go above and beyond the call of duty to make certain that your interests are upheld at every stage of your case.
Put an Experienced Law Firm in Your Corner
Your choice in a trust and estate planning litigation attorney could be essential to the successful distribution of properties, inheritances, and assets for your family and your business. For this reason, you will need to make certain that your professional representative has a known reputation for being thorough, precise, and reliable in every estate planning matter.
Our seasoned litigators at DeMoura | Smith LLP bring more than 160 years of combined legal experience to the table. Named as one of the "Best Law Firms" in the 2014 edition of Best Lawyers® by the U.S. News & World Report, we pride ourselves in our level of high-caliber representation, world-class service, and tenacious trial advocacy.
Protect Your Interests with DeMoura | Smith
It is time to hire a law firm devoted to protecting a lifetime of your investments and assets. Whether your case can be settled out of a court through mediation or must be addressed in court, we can be trusted to keep the costs low while never budging on quality of service.
We can assist you from our offices located in New England, Boston, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. Contact our estate planning litigators today if you wish to learn more about how we can help you.