When trust litigation from an estate dispute threatens to fracture your Northern California family and the inheritance you have been waiting for is in jeopardy, the attorneys who give you strength and confidence to resolve these legal difficulties are David M. Sternberg and Robert A. Miller of David M. Sternberg & Associates in Walnut Creek.
Our skilled trial lawyers have more than 30 years of experience that can safeguard your interests during any contentious disagreement over a trust, including allegations of trustee misconduct or financial mismanagement.
Mr. Sternberg and Mr. Miller excel at complex civil litigation when arbitration and negotiation fail to produce results. They arm you with facts and options you should be aware of, that can lead to sound decisions, such as revocable living trusts that avoid probate, out-of-court procedures that go to probate court so a trustee can be replaced if necessary, how to recognize trustee interference with inheritance, and the need to insist upon accurate accounting.
The last thing you need after the passing of a loved one is a dispute over direction of trust benefits, assets and property. When disagreements cannot be avoided, however, you can be assured that the David M. Sternberg & Associates law firm will chart the proper course of action, and advise and act in your best interests at all times.
You can trust our firmwide expertise, knowledge of probate court and superior court codes and strategies, and attentive personal service to offer your best chance for positive results.
Don't try to represent yourself and your family in a trust dispute. The skilled assistance of an experienced litigating attorney steeped in rules of discovery, evidence and civil procedure is your best bet for a favorable outcome.
Walnut Creek Trust Dispute Lawyers Serving The Bay Area And Northern California
For an initial consultation by phone at no charge to you, contact David M. Sternberg & Associates. Call from wherever you are in Northern California — 925-322-6902. We respond promptly to your email message.