The Courtroom Cannot WaitLet Hook Law Center Help
Elder law and estate planning cases can sometimes result in conflicts that lead to serious and costly litigation. The Hook Law attorneys can help you whether your objective is to avoid litigation and resolve disputes more quickly and efficiently or to litigate and defend your rights.
We’ve got your back
In the world of Elder Law, legal conflicts can pop up over just about anything. Wills, trusts, guardianships and conservatorships, insurance, investments, real estate, and elder abuse just to name just a few.
Lawsuits are costly, time-consuming and, when friends or family are involved, can do lasting damage to your relationships. That’s why at every opportunity, Hook Law attorneys use their decades of experience to first try to resolve disputes where possible.
We’ll evaluate every possible option to resolve your dispute and help you determine your best path forward. Dispute resolution is a problem-solving process that can put an end to legal conflicts and alleviate stress. When it comes to legal disputes, it’s never too early to consult the attorneys at Hook Law Center.
Sound advice when you need it most
Seniors and their families often have no idea where to turn for sound legal advice when disputes arise. Our years of experience enable us to present and explore a number of different alternatives for resolving disputes of all kinds. If conflict negotiation is ineffective, Hook Law’s litigation experts will work to ensure that your rights and interests are protected.
- Fiduciary Representation – Hook Law Center has years of experience helping people resolve a wide range of problems that often arise with money management and the administration of trusts and estates.
- Beneficiary Representation – If you need to challenge or contest a will or trust, we can help protect your legal rights as a beneficiary. Knowing your legal rights is especially important in probate estates, which can have time-sensitive features.
- Undue Influence – Sadly, there are people who will take advantage of someone when they’re grieving, going through a medical illness or experiencing an emotional loss. Using lies, manipulation or isolation to gain someone’s consent are examples of undue influence. Hook Law attorneys can help.