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Helping Executors And Beneficiaries Sort Through Inheritance Issues

When an inheritance issue requiring legal intervention arises, tension can be high. These situations can be emotionally straining and complex. Attorney Salvatore DePinto has 30 years of experience guiding individuals through estate litigation cases in Hamilton. He understands the steps to take when inheritance issues arise and works alongside his clients to secure resolution efficiently.

Guidance For Beneficiaries

Numerous issues can arise regarding a person’s right to an inheritance in New Jersey. These may include:

  • A person may believe they have a right to an inheritance, but there may be no mention of them in the will.
  • The executor or administrator of the estate may not properly carry out their duties or may fail to deliver the inheritance to the beneficiaries.
  • The executor or administrator of the estate may have failed to take possession of all assets or neglected to prepare an accounting.
  • The executor or administrator of the estate may have caused an asset to decrease in value.

Any of these issues may create a need for a beneficiary to file suit. In these situations, it is essential to secure experienced legal representation.

Representation Of Executors Or Administrators Of Estates

Being in charge of an estate can be difficult and often comes with particular challenges, even when the estate is simple to administer. There are often issues with assets and debts that require the expertise of an attorney who has experience in estate administration. Salvatore DePinto, Attorney at Law, can guide you through these issues and help you smoothly carry out the final wishes of your loved one as you deal with the final details of their estate.

Contact Our Law Firm Today

To learn more about the inheritance litigation services we provide, contact our Hamilton office by calling 609-807-8942 or complete our online form.