It’s a common misconception that estate planning legal procedures never require litigation, or the process of taking legal action. However, this aspect of estate planning and processing is more common than you might think. With so many assets, relationships, achievements, quality of life, and more at stake, you might find yourself facing litigation.

With the help of a qualified attorney, you can get through your litigation issues more quickly and efficiently. Some litigation issues that you might face include:

  • Elder Abuse and Neglect
  • Fraud and Financial Exploitation
  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty by Trustees and/or Power of Attorney Agents
  • Defending Guardianships
  • Disputes over Capacity
  • Restoration of Capacity
  • Disputes over Powers of Attorney
  • Disputes over Trusts (execution and administration)
  • Nursing Home Abuse
  • Beneficiary Disputes
  • Will Caveats and Will Contests
  • Medicaid and/or Veterans Benefits Appeals
  • Undue Influence

Whether you’ve been denied a benefit you feel you are entitled to, you’re a guardian concerned over your ward’s care conditions, or a family member who was mentioned in a contested estate document, the attorneys of Salines-Mondello Law Firm, PC can help. We are highly skilled in facing litigation for senior citizens, those with special needs, and their loved ones. Our team is also familiar with types of abuse, evidentiary issues, and legal remedies specific to this demographic.

If you need litigation assistance from a certified elder law attorney in North Carolina today, contact Salines-Mondello Law Firm, PC by phone at (910) 777-5734 and schedule your first, fully confidential consultation.