If you believe that your omission from a family member's will is the result of duress or undue influence, you are encouraged to contact the law offices of Goldberg Sager & Associates in Brooklyn to discuss your legal options. If it can be demonstrated that the will was executed without the free-will of the decedent, the Surrogate's Court may provide remedies.
What We Can Do To Assist You
If your family member has passed away and the time has come to probate a will that seems to be problematic, experienced Surrogate's Court attorney Marcel A. Sager can help. If the estate is not being properly handled, Mr. Sager may be able to compel a judicial accounting to remove a fiduciary who is misusing or abusing the powers of the office.
Our firm has experience handling the following types of cases:
- Unclear Last Will and Testament: If you believe that the will of a family member is unclear, seek assistance from an experienced lawyer as soon as possible. The attorneys at Goldberg Sager & Associates work diligently to have the will construed by the Surrogate's Court.
- Undue Influences: Coercion, manipulation, threats and deception are examples of undue influences that, if proved, can cause a will to be invalidated.
- Fraud: If you believe a will to be fraudulent, speak to an experienced lawyer as soon as possible. Skilled attorneys can assist you in proving that a will has been altered or tampered with.
We provide our clients with the highest level of legal service at all times. Whether you require sound advice or aggressive litigation, everyone at our firm — from our dedicated staff to our highly qualified attorneys — is here for you.
The attorneys at Goldberg Sager & Associates can help you explore every option regarding Surrogate's Court litigation. Contact us to learn more.