| ||Probate Disputes (including Will Contests)|| |
| Sadly, there are some people willing to take advantage of the elderly and disabled. Some wills have been changed to benefit such ruthless people, at the expense of the more deserving individuals named in the earlier will. Sometimes, individuals whose minds are no longer what they were change their own wills in ways that make little or no sense. In such circumstances, a claim of undue influence or lack of capacity can be made to try to effectuate the deceased personís true intent, had the deceased not been subject to undue influence or lacked capacity. If you believe you failed to inherit something you would have inherited except for a gross unfairness, such as undue influence or a lack of testamentary capacity, please go to the New Client page now and tell Carl what happened. He can help you to decide if you have a case worth pursuing, and advise you of the strict time limits applicable to your case.|
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|The Law Firm of Carl Kiss|
888 SW 5th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97204
Telephone: (503) 248-0570