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Experienced Estate Litigation Lawyers in Waterloo Region
Estate litigation includes any dispute over a will, trust, or the administration of an estate. Estate litigation is typically stressful, traumatic, and emotionally taxing. It is critical to consult with a knowledgeable estate litigation lawyer as early in the dispute as possible to obtain guidance on your options, understand potential responsibilities and obligations, and protect yourself, the estate, and any beneficiaries.
At Duncan, Linton LLP in Waterloo, we have been advising clients on estate disputes for over 150 years. We provide trusted and effective advice, and will passionately represent clients at negotiations, mediations, arbitrations, and in court where necessary.
Our Estate Litigation Services
The estate litigation lawyers in our Wills and Estates Group draw on over a century of experience and expertise to represent executors, trustees, estate administrators and beneficiaries in estate litigation, including:
- trustee/executor disputes
- will challenges
- passing of accounts
- trust variations
We build strong, long-lasting, personal relationships with each of our clients, and ensure that their rights and interests are protected, the wishes and intentions of their loved ones are honoured, and estates are correctly managed and distributed. We pride ourselves on our proactive, effective legal advice and on our assertive and passionate advocacy. We have extensive courtroom experience and, where needed, will draw on this significant experience to represent clients at all levels of court and in all forums.
Contact Duncan, Linton LLP in Waterloo for Assistance with Estate Litigation Matters
Duncan, Linton LLP is the oldest independent law firm in Waterloo Region. The knowledgeable and experienced estate litigation lawyers in the firm’s Wills and Estates Group have many years of experience representing clients through complex disputes over wills, estates, and related matters. Call us at (519) 886-3340 or contact us online for a consultation.