Probate & Trust Litigation

Wood, Buckel & Carmichael handles all types of estate, trust, probate and guardianship litigation issues. Our litigation department joins forces with our trusts and estates department to offer our clients decades of specialized expertise in both disciplines.

We handle will and trust litigation, including contests and modification proceedings, elective share proceedings, guardianship, fiduciary, accounting disputes and proceedings, joint bank account litigation, beneficiary rights, lack of mental capacity cases involving testamentary capacity, homestead proceedings, undue influence and tortious interference claims, and abuse of power of attorney cases.

The probate and trust litigation issues are areas of law that are constantly changing and evolving and also have facets that are unique to Florida. We are experienced in handling litigation issues that may originate or continue in other states. We consult and co-counsel with out-of-state attorneys in multi-state litigation disputes.

We understand that the probate process and related litigation issues are often upsetting for clients as they may involve a difficult family dynamic and also are occurring in the midst of a time of grieving. We strive to work with our clients to manage the case in accordance with their desires and to make the process less overwhelming.

Our Naples, Florida Probate Litigation Attorneys

The firm is located in Naples and many of our cases are in Collier and Lee Counties including Naples, Fort Myers, and Bonita Springs. We handle cases throughout the State of Florida and we have many clients who are located in other states or countries. We have a reputation for success, dedication and zealous advocacy.

We welcome you to contact the firm for more information.

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