Like wills, trusts can be contested by interested parties. At the law offices of Sweeney, Reich & Bolz LLP, we provide vigorous representation and advocacy to clients who are contesting trusts or who are defending against trust contests. Our goal is always to protect our client’s interests and preserve their rights.
While many attorneys are reluctant to take trust contest cases to trial, our attorneys, under the leadership of Gerard J. Sweeney and Frank A. Bolz III, have a reputation in the community as advocates willing and able to take trust contests to trial. The experienced attorneys at Sweeney, Reich & Bolz LLP will review your individual circumstances and provide you with effective counsel whether you are contesting or defending a trust so that you may rest easy knowing you are in capable hands.
Grounds for Contesting a Trust
Trust contests are similar to will contests in that the contestant is required to challenge the validity of the construction or administration of a trust on grounds such as: