Wills and estates planning is a legal measure to dictate how your estate, businesses, assets, and entities should be handled after your passing. We understand that the transfer of significant wealth between generations, before and after the death of the transferor, may lead to disputes. These disputes are complex areas of estate law, often complicated by emotions, family dynamics, and feelings of grief. Our lawyers are experienced to handle all aspects of these estate law disputes throughout New Brunswick. Schedule an initial consultation with our team.
We Resolve Disputes before Death
Our lawyers help clients resolve a wide range of disputes before death, such as:
Claims respecting the use of powers of attorney
The validity of trust planning
The validity of powers of attorney
Joint tenancy and co-tenancy transfers
The validity of beneficiary designations
Loss of capacity issues
We also help our clients recover their assets if they have been financially abused.
How We Can Help Beneficiaries after Death
Peters Rouse can also help in resolving disputes after death, such as:
Helping beneficiaries or intestate heirs with variations to wills or dependants’ relief claims
Challenges to wills and trusts
Helping beneficiaries deal with problem executors or trustees to ensure there is no breach of trust
Rely on our estate lawyers to advise and represent executors, administrators, and trustees in case of disputes arising from the administration of an estate or a trust.