Frequently fiduciary litigation outmatches case law development in regards to the countless issues that occur in estate and trust disputes. Oftentimes this litigation embroiled family members in disputes against each other with changes in familial circumstances. This white paper reviews why no contest clauses in wills and trusts can be beneficial, but can also come with its own set of challenges.
Matthew Skotak is an associate with Holland & Hart LLP. As a member of the Fiduciary Solutions Group, Mr. Skotak effectively assists clients with probate litigation, including disputes involving trusts, estates, guardianships and conservatorships. Mr. Skotak also assists clients with estate planning and administration.
Mr. Skotak has expertise and experience with disputes involving protective proceedings for the elderly, disabled and minor children, appointment and removal of fiduciaries, will and trust interpretation and/or validity, and disputes in which fraud, undue influence, and lack of capacity are at issue.
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