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Trust and estate disputes can arise from challenges to a trust or will, breaches of fiduciary duties, defending a removal action by a beneficiary, determinations of liability, and delivery of trust and estate assets, to name a few. Our firm has over 28 years of experience resolving many different types of litigation arising from the administration of trusts and estates.
Both a guardian and conservator are a court appointed individual or entity that assist the minor or adult with their health and financial affairs when they are unable to do so themselves. A guardian, when appointed by the Court can legally make medical choices and care decisions for a minor child, incapacitated adult, or developmentally disabled person. A conservatorship may be needed if the child or incapacitated adult needs assistance with the management of their assets, property, business affairs, or debts.