Given an aging baby boom generation with accumulated family wealth from rising property and asset values, there has been an increase in the number of lawsuits concerning the administration of such trusts and estates, and the disposition of such assets among surviving family members and beneficiaries. In some cases, the trust attorney who prepared an estate plan is not qualified to litigate disputes between and among successor trustees and beneficiaries following the death of the settlor parent(s) who established the trust. Probate courts and legal procedures are complex and require experienced litigators with financial backgrounds.

Bridgford, Gleason & Artinian attorneys have the business background and litigation experience to handle complex trust litigation, having successfully represented high net worth individuals (both trustees and beneficiaries) in legal disputes involving estates up to $1 billion.