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Trust and Estate Litigation

Holland & Hart trust and estate litigators identify and help prevent common disputes early on, preserving relationships and assets.

Trust and estate disputes can cause significant harm—to assets, family relationships, and a loved one’s asset distribution plan. Prudent estate planning and trust administration, carried out with the ongoing help of an experienced private client litigation team, can help clients avoid most trust and estate disputes altogether and minimize damage if they do occur. 

Holland & Hart’s trust and estate litigators practice at the intersection of fiduciary, probate, and tax law. Each member of the team brings substantial experience in tax, estate, and trust planning, and administration issues. With experience representing trustees, including financial institutions and trust companies, personal representatives, beneficiaries, and creditors, the team understands the perspectives and pain points of all stakeholders. 

Our trust and estate litigators try to avoid going to court whenever possible—instead drawing upon experience in alternative dispute resolution to guide clients through the entire ADR process. If unavoidable, they stand ready to advocate for clients’ interests in trial and appellate courts. 


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