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The Benefits of Contingent Fee Representation in Probate Litigation Cases

Lady Justice. Benefits of Contingent Fee Representation in Probate Litigation Cases.

When facing probate litigation, one crucial decision is choosing the right legal representation. At Sudden Wealth Protection Law, we understand the financial concerns that often accompany such disputes. That’s why we offer our clients the option of handling their probate litigation case on a contingent fee basis. In this blog post, we will explore the […]

What is a Will In Terrorem Clause and How Does it Work?

Photo of a will, a pen, and a Last Will and Testament with a will in terrorem clause.

A will in terrorem clause is a legal provision that can be included in a will to discourage beneficiaries from challenging its validity. This clause disinherits any beneficiary who contests the will, which means they will not receive any inheritance. However, there are still ways to get around it. Learn more about how this clause […]

What No Contest Means in Probate and Why It Matters

Brother and two sisters arguing over sale of family home. What no contest means in probate.

Probate can be a complex and confusing process, and the term “no contest” can add another layer of confusion. Essentially, a no contest clause in a will or trust is designed to discourage beneficiaries from challenging the document. But what does this mean for those involved in the probate process? Read on to learn more […]