Addressing And Resolving Issues Of Conflict Among Heirs And Beneficiaries

A family turns to estate planning documents during a particularly challenging part of life. Unfortunately, some people either never have these documents drafted or the documents are contested during the estate administration or probate process.

The Gig Harbor estate administration attorney at Gordon & Alvestad, PLLC, understands the complex personal and financial implications of disputed estates and will contests, always taking a compassionate but realistic approach to resolving these issues for clients.

With more than 30 years of experience in law and a lifelong residency in the Gig Harbor, Washington, area, attorney Paul Alvestad is sure to treat your case with the attention it demands. His knowledge and skill in negotiation of settlements and litigation can help you protect your best interests no matter what method of dispute resolution you choose to pursue.

Estate Administration And Probate Guidance

Estates become contested for a variety of reasons, not always having to do with someone getting as much money as possible from an estate. Siblings may dispute how a parent's health is managed when he or she cannot make decisions alone. Heirs may argue about whether to keep a family home or liquidate and divide the assets.

To discuss your estate administration, dispute or probate needs with an experienced lawyer, contact Gordon & Alvestad, PLLC, online or by telephone at 253-666-9219 (toll free at 866-955-3252).