Probate And Estate Litigation Services Focused On Arkansas Families

The loss of a loved one — whether expected or sudden — is an emotionally challenging time. When engaged in probate and estate administration proceedings, it’s important to work with an experienced attorney who can protect you and uphold your loved one’s final wishes.

We Step In When Probate Controversies Arise

At McDaniel, Richardson & Calhoun, we are a litigation firm helping Arkansas families navigate the probate process and other estate litigation matters. We have years of experience handling a broad spectrum of business and civil litigation matters, and incorporate these insights into our estate litigation practice.

In many cases, will contests and other disputes arise when an heir voices suspicions regarding the validity of the will or other estate documents. Perhaps there were sudden and suspicious changes to the will directly before the testator’s passing. Or maybe the estate’s administrator failed to adequately perform his or her duties. As your attorneys, we can help you challenge a will, trust or the actions of the estate’s administrator under:

  • Lack of capacity
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Undue influence

We have the resources and experience to handle even the most complex estate litigation disputes. As trial-tested lawyers handling commercial litigation matters, we are comfortable resolving estate disputes involving business and commercial interests.

By working closely with you throughout the probate and estate administration process, we can help ensure that you are being treated fairly and that the integrity of your loved one’s final wishes are upheld. If you have been named the administrator, we can help you understand your responsibilities, ethically carry out your duties and avoid potential accusations of mismanagement.

A Litigation Firm Protecting Your Family’s Legacy

Speak with our attorneys by calling 501-588-2104 or by submitting an email through our contact form. From our office in Little Rock, we work with individuals, families and businesses throughout Pulaski County and central Arkansas.