Our committed and highly qualified Lincoln Park estate planning attorneys are here to help you set up and implement an estate plan tailored to your needs and specific situation. We are experienced in all types of estate plans including wills, trusts, revocable and irrevocable trusts, special needs trusts, charitable trusts and are familiar with all aspects of estate plan law to help your estate avoid probate.
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In this video, Lincoln Park contested estate attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses family settlement agreements and how they are used in Lincoln Park probate litigation matters.
In this article, our Lincoln Park estate planning attorneys discuss family settlement agreements for Illinois probate litigation and trust disputes. A family settlement agreement is used to resolve uncertainties within a trust or will in order to avoid tension and costly litigation between family members.
We answer the questions such as, “What is a family settlement agreement in Illinois probate or trust cases?” or “What can family settlement agreements in probate or trust cases resolve?”
In this video, Lincoln Park probate litigation lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty discusses probate claims in Lincoln Park.
Detailed in this article, our Lincoln Park estate planning attorneys lay out the Illinois probate claims procedures. We will explain the deadline to file probate claims, how to file a probate claim, the process for litigating disputed claims, and priority of Illinois probate claims.
In this video, Lincoln Park probate litigation lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains no-contest clauses in Lincoln Park wills and trusts.
In this article, our Lincoln Park estate planning attorneys unpack no-contest clauses in Illinois wills, and answer the question, “Are no-contest clauses in wills enforceable in Illinois?”
No-contest clauses are provisions in wills that stipulate that if a beneficiary of the will (“a legatee”) challenges the will's validity, he or she will forfeit his or her inheritance entirely or receive only a nominal inheritance.