– When You Have to Litigate
The Kelley Law Firm, P.L., understands that most of our clients are not interested in litigation. Coping with losing a loved one and dealing with the administration of their estate can be difficult and overwhelming, even in instances where a solid, strong estate plan is in place. The Kelley Law Firm offers reputable, skilled, and experienced attorneys to strategize and argue on your behalf.
Occasionally you may need to assert your rights in a manner that provides you the full benefits of the law in the following areas:
Areas of Litigation
Lack of Mental or Testamentary Capacity
Validity of Trusts
Fulfilling Conditions of Trusts
Fighting Invalide Claims Against the Estate
Dedicated to Excellence
There are certain rules in Florida that relate to how we litigate and what matters are subject to or eligible for the attention of a judge. You may need to file a lawsuit if you receive certain notices and the other party will not negotiate or if you believe something unlawful has transpired during the estate planning processor trust administration.
At The Kelley Law Firm, P.L., we are dedicated to excellence. For over many decades, we have been providing first-class legal services in probate and litigation matters throughout the south Florida region. This expertise and dedication to maintaining the highest ethical standards allows our attorneys to help you navigate through litigation matters. We can explain what your options are, and then, if you choose to litigate, we are here to advocate on your behalf.