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What You Need To Know About Probate Litigation

After losing a loved one, it can be hard to focus on anything related to the legal system. Having an attorney who can take that stress off your shoulders is crucial.

McClellan & McClellan Law Office has been working with clients throughout Indiana for over four decades. Countless people have walked through our doors, expressing their concern regarding the terms of their family member’s estate. If you feel you are being unfairly treated, we are here to help.

Logical Solutions For Complex Matters

Understandably, probate-related matters can be emotional and complex. As your representation, we aim to think logically on your behalf. In doing so, we can provide solutions and discuss potential options. We have handled many different cases over the years, ranging from siblings who were cut out of a will or a widow who believes they are entitled to more assets than they were left with. In Indiana, you have 90 days to file a will contest. In doing so, we are formally and legally saying that the estate is not being handled as the decedent would have wanted it to be.

In some situations, there is a prior will that can prove the current will has been altered in a way that is not fair. Regardless, we will gather all the necessary evidence in order to prove your claim. In some cases, we are able to resolve these matters out of court. When that can’t happen, we will not hesitate to head to court. We take a hands-on approach in order to represent the individual and their specific needs. Over the years, our team of lawyers has taken over 100 cases to trial.

We Can Help; Call Our Office Today

In probate litigation matters, our fees can come out of the estate. This means that we are paid on a contingency fee basis. We don’t receive any payment unless we get you what you are owed.

Because you have a short window to file a claim, it is crucial that you seek proper advice as soon as possible. Call our office in Muncie at to schedule a free consultation. You can also send us an email.