Estate Litigation Attorney in Orange County

Understanding Estate Litigation

Although the attorneys at Mortensen & Reinheimer, PC will work tirelessly to avoid estate litigation, it does become necessary on many occasions. During the estate administration process, disputes can arise regarding numerous areas of probate law. Common disputes include will and trust contests, will and trust validity, contested powers of attorney, trustee disputes, beneficiary disputes, and much more. All of the above and any other contests or disputes will require estate litigation if no resolution is achieved between the parties involved.

Estate litigation requires the experienced and aggressive representation of an Orange County probate attorney. Mortensen & Reinheimer, PC has served the OC for more than 24 years combined and has extensive experience in estate litigation. We know California's probate laws inside and out and are more than capable of litigating on your behalf for a satisfactory outcome. We can defend your rights according to the will or trust of the decedent, or we can litigate to fight for your rights when they are being denied. Otherwise, the probate process could end without you receiving the property and benefits that you deserve. Learn more by contacting us today!

Contact Mortensen & Reinheimer, PC

Our professional corporation is dedicated to providing the best in estate litigation and probate representation. Whether you need a knowledgeable lawyer to guide you through the process or an aggressive litigator to fight on your behalf in a dispute, we can help. Our lawyers have extensive experience in all areas of probate law and can provide the skilled representation you need. We can conduct an initial case evaluation, so contact us as soon as possible to schedule an appointment. We are flexible in determining payment plans, so you don't have to worry about whether you can afford probate or estate litigation.

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