Beneficiary Rights

A beneficiary is someone who stands to benefit from the act of another. In the case of a will, a beneficiary receives specified property designated by the testator (the person making the will). In the case of a trust, a beneficiary is someone who has a present or future interest in the assets contained in the trust.

We can help protect your rightful inheritance under a will or reclaim trust property to which you were negligently or fraudulently denied. Through discovery proceedings designed to determine whether an asset belongs to the estate or to the person in possession of the property, we can recover wrongfully transferred assets.