As a NY estate lawyer with more than two decades of experience successfully litigating these very difficult NY estates, I can affirm that no other cases rip families apart like NY will contests.  To make matters even worse these cases can often grind on for years and years in NY estate litigation while absorbing hundreds of

The 2012 will of then 93 year old Geraldine Webber was ultimately determined at trial to be the product of Officer Aaron Goodwin’s undue influence over the senile Webber just prior to her death.  Officer Goodwin was named the nominated executor and primary beneficiary of the elderly Webber’s multi-million dollar estate.  The estate court ruled that Officer

As a NY estate lawyer with two decades of experience contesting NY attorney drafted wills I can tell you that contesting NY wills are unequivocally the most difficult cases to handle.  Having successfully disrupted and set aside more than a dozen of these so called “impenetrable” testamentary documents I have learned some of the red flags

When our loved ones are no longer able to care for themselves we would like to think that those entrusted with their welfare are in fact living up to their obligations. Most importantly we expect those parties entrusted with our loved ones when they are most vulnerable to not take advantage of them. Or so we


How do I contest a will? As a NY will contest lawyer with two decades of experience successfully challenging fraudulent wills for New Yorkers I can tell you firsthand how difficult these cases can be.  To begin with, a NY will that has been drafted and supervised by your NY estate lawyer is accompanied by


Towards the end of their lives, elderly who find themselves in a solitary existence without a spouse or children to watch over them make easy targets for the unscrupulous.  As NY estate lawyers with more than 50 years combined legal experience contesting fraudulent wills we can attest to the frequency in which this occurs.  In