estate litigation

HELPING YOU UNDERSTAND YOUR RIGHTS

If you are someone who is caught in a dispute over a decedent’s will or trust, it’s important that you know your rights and options for challenging it.

Estate issues can range from needing to contest a will to fighting for your right to the current will. There are several reasons one may want to contest a will. One includes if the will was created under duress, fraud, or undue influence. At Key Schoen Law, Attorney Schoen is ready to support you through any issues including any of the following topics:

  • Contesting a will or trust
  • Probate disputes
  • Executor breach of fiduciary duties

For any legal advice on the best ways to confront any estate issues, don’t face it alone. Whether you need help understanding how to contest a will, the grounds for doing it, or any help through the estate litigation process, reach out today for skilled litigation. The firm serves Louisville, Kentucky, and the surrounding areas of Bullitt County, Oldham County, Shelby County, and Spencer County.

A WORD FROM KEY

“Most Probated Estates can be straight forward for an experienced attorney and does not need to cost the Estate much money. Problems in the process translate to more attorney fees for the Estate. Avoiding problems is obviously a money saver. My job is to help clients avoid problems where they can and help resolve problems when they cannot be avoided.”

— Attorney Key Schoen

KEY SCHOEN IS AN EXPERIENCED ATTORNEY

Key Schoen’s practice is currently focused on Estate matters. If litigation is required, he certainly has the experience to handle it. Attorney Key Schoen’s career is highlighted by years of outstanding successful litigation, and he is proud to be considered a lawyer’s lawyer. He regularly serves as ligation counsel for other estate and trust attorneys and handles referrals from them.

In fact, Key Schoen came to practice probate administration law from his experience in estate litigation cases. It is his litigation experience that truly distinguishes Key Schoen apart from other attorneys in this area of law. When estate and/or trust disputes occur, Key Schoen’s experience matters. The opposing counsel knows that Key Schoen is prepared and able to stand up legally for his clients.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS

Call Key Schoen’s Assistant Keith Porter at (502) 589-0077.  Mr. Porter is excellent at what he does – help Mr. Schoen, and his clients.

“I take pride in having Keith Porter as my Assistant. You will not find a more conscientious, polite, and effective person. In fact, since I hired Keith Porter, our office has received only five (5) star reviews from clients.”

– Attorney Key Schoen