Protection of Beneficiary Rights in New York
New York Estate Litigation Attorney
Beneficiaries have legal rights that are specifically delineated by law. When these rights are violated, a legal action can be brought to reclaim them along with the inheritance you rightfully deserve. At Novick & Associates, we can help protect your rights during the complex estate administration process and help you stake a claim to assets to which you may have been denied. The rights of our clients are our primary concern. Donald Novick and his team are committed to ensuring that beneficiaries inherit what rightfully belongs to them.
As these matters frequently involve other members of the family or difficult personal issues, you want to ensure that you have the highest quality, talented New York estate planning attorney representing you with discretion and confidentiality. When it is obvious that your rights as a beneficiary have been compromised, we move forward as a zealous advocate for your rights. We have achieved many notable victories in court in estate litigation, some of which set legal precedent. With over 30 years of experience and recognized as a premier estate litigation law firm, you can have confidence that your legal issue will be addressed with skill.
Protect your legal right to your rightful inheritance!
If you suspect that your beneficiary rights have been compromised for any reason, or you were denied assets promised to you by your loved one before he/she died, legal action should be undertaken immediately on your behalf. There is limited time in which to take legal action in these cases and if you fail to do so you could lose your opportunity to get the inheritance that your relative or other party intended for you to receive.
During the probate process, a determination regarding the true beneficiaries of an estate will take place. Any person that believes that they may be denied their rightful inheritance must take legal action during this process. There are various issues that could be addressed in these matters, including fraudulent transfers or breach of fiduciary duty.
Contact a New York estate litigation lawyer
from our firm to protect your rights as a beneficiary.