Peoria County Trust Litigation Attorneys | Trust Dispute Lawyers in Peoria County

Peoria County Trust Litigation Attorneys | Trust Dispute Lawyers in Peoria County

Our Peoria County trust litigation attorneys will put you in the most advantageous position in your trust dispute. We have the experience and skill to obtain all facts of the matter and put you in the best position to succeed. Our team will be in your corner defending your rights.

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O'Flaherty Law of Peoria

Peoria County
IL
52801

Phone:

(630)324-6666

E-Mail:

davenport@oflaherty-law.com

9 am - 5 pm Mon - Friday
After 5 pm by Appointment
11 am - 3pm Saturday & 11 am - 2 pm Sunday by Appointment

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Peoria County Trust Contests

A trust contest occurs when a party believes that the “trustor,” or the deceased person who made the trust, was incapacitated or influenced when the trust document was signed.

Trust Litigation happens more often that one would expect and when this has been determined to be the case by a party, a trust contest is filed with the appropriate court. In this article, our Peoria County trust litigation attorneys examine trust contests in Peoria. We discuss what a trust challenge is, who can challenge a trust as well as the legal grounds to challenge a trust.

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In this video, Peoria County trust litigation lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains trust contests and what can be potentially expected from a Peoria County trust contest.

Peoria County Statutory Custodial Claims

In this article, our Peoria County trust dispute attorneys explain statutory custodial claims. Certain claims that can be made against the estates of a deceased individual can be brought by:

  1. The claimant must be the spouse, parent, brother, sister, or child of the decedent;
  2. The decedent must have had a disability for at least 3 years; and
  3. The claimant must have lived with and personally cared for the decedent for at least 3 years.  

Read the full article by our Peoria County trust litigation attorneys explaining statutory custodial claims.

In this video, Peoria County trust litigation lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty discusses statutory custodial claims explained in Peoria County.

Testamentary Capacity in Peoria County Trust Litigation

In this article, our Peoria County trust litigation lawyers explain lack of testamentary capacity in trust disputes. If a qualified party believes that a trust was not created by someone who was not mentally competent to understand what they were doing when executing the trust, the trust can potentially be invalidated based on lack of testamentary capacity.  

Read the full article by our Peoria County trust litigation attorneys explaining lack of testamentary capacity in trust disputes.

In this video, Peoria County trust litigation lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty discusses statutory custodial claims explained in Peoria County.

Our Peoria County trust litigation lawyers are happy to meet with you in Peoria or any other location convenient to you.

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