Raleigh Estate Litigation Attorney
Finding Positive Resolutions to Disputes Over North Carolina Estates
If you are involved in a dispute over the settling of a loved one’s estate or the treatment of a family member who has become incapacitated, you need an experienced estate litigation attorney who both understands probate and trust law and is prepared to diligently protect your interests in court.
At Brady Morton & Cobin, PLLC, estate law is our focus, and resolving estate disputes is a major part of that focus. Raleigh estate litigation lawyer Travis Morton, who has been practicing law in North Carolina since 1994, handles a wide range of contested estate matters, including:
- Will caveat actions: If you believe a loved one’s will does not reflect his or her true intentions due to incapacity or undue influence, we can help you contest the will in court.
- Trust litigation: Our firm is frequently called upon to handle trust contests, fiduciary claims against trustees, constructive trust claims and other trust litigation matters.
- Financial elder abuse: If you believe a loved one has been financially abused by someone with a power of attorney or anyone else in a position of trust, we can help.
- Guardianships and incompetency: If your parent, spouse or other family member is no longer able to care for himself or herself, we can help you pursue a guardianship.
Mr. Morton is an experienced trial lawyer, an appellate attorney with several reported cases to his credit, and a certified mediator. Whatever the nature of your dispute, he will work with you to identify and carry out an appropriate strategy for achieving your preferred outcome.
In addition to representing clients in contested probate and trust matters, our firm also assists executors, administrators and trustees with the administration of trusts and estates.
Contact a Wake County Probate and Trust Dispute Lawyer
Whether you need help challenging someone else’s actions or defending your own actions, Mr. Morton has the legal knowledge and practical experience to serve as your advocate. To schedule an initial consultation, please contact our office at 919-782-3500 or by e-mail.