Contesting a will or trust can be a complex process—especially when you’re still grieving the loss of your loved one. Learn what factors can render a will, trust, or another testamentary document invalid, then contact our office to schedule a consultation.
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Disputes Between an Estate and Creditors In South Dakota, a dispute between a creditor and the estate of a deceased debtor is usually settled in probate court. Learn why an attorney is necessary.
Undue Influence or Coercion in a South Dakota Will Contest If a deceased loved one was unduly influenced or coerced during the writing of their will, you can contest it in court. Learn what evidence is needed.
Challenging a Will in South Dakota Proving that your loved one in South Dakota was not of sound mind when writing a will is quite challenging and requires the services of an experienced attorney.