The death of a loved one is traumatic in many ways. When families find themselves in dispute after the death of a loved one, with emotions running high and often controlling the business sense of the parties, the Estate Litigation lawyers at the Boesch Law Group are experts at navigating and negotiating through sensitive and often difficult family relationships, in order to obtain a fair and just settlement without trial. When necessary, the lawyers at the BLG are the strongest advocates for trial on the merits. Prepared and sensitive to these situations, BLG will guide our clients through the business of estate and trust problems. Whether prepared as complex trust instruments in the office of a prestigious law firm or scrawled on the back of a napkin, estate planning documents often raise issues of contract interpretation, rules of construction, and the intentions of decedents, the draftsman, and the heirs.
With a reputation of achievement for fiduciaries and beneficiaries, Boesch Law Group has a proven track record in will and trust contests, will and trust construction, reformation proceedings, fiduciary litigation, and interference with inheritance. Boesch Law Group efficiently handles investigation, discovery, negotiation, hearing, and trial when necessary, and settlement when possible.
The Boesch Law Group has won for plaintiffs and defendants numerous judgments and settlements in all areas of Estate Litigation, including the “Number One Judgment in the United States,” according to U.S. Lawyers Weekly. All Boesch Law Group clients involved in Estate, Probate, and Trust Litigation are represented with the same skill and experience that won the number one judgment in the United States.
“Former Playboy model wins $475 million in a battle over dead husband’s fortune…the Anna Nicole Smith verdict was a landmark victory against seemingly overwhelming odds for Los Angeles attorney Philip W. Boesch.” – U.S. Lawyers Weekly
“J. Howard Marshall was mourning the loss of his second wife and his mistress when his driver arranged for him to meet Smith, a young single mother working the lunch shift at a Houston topless joint. ‘Don’t go love-falling,’ the chauffeur advised. But Marshall was smitten, said attorney Philip W. Boesch, Jr., and he gained a new lease on life. ‘He loved this woman to the point that he wanted to adopt and marry her at the same time,’ the lawyer said.” – Los Angeles Times
“With a paucity of direct evidence….Boesch decided to present to the court a steady accretion of circumstantial evidence – hundreds of peripheral documents and hours of testimony that would gradually erode [the other side’s] initial
advantage.” – U.S. Lawyers Weekly
Enhancing Boesch Law Group’s reputation as an advocate with Judges and Arbitrators, Mr. Boesch has been retained to decide numerous cases as an arbitrator involving the disposition, rights of estates, heirs, and production companies to intellectual property libraries, names, likenesses, and royalties.
If you are seeking the most skilled and qualified representation, contact the Boesch Law Group today to schedule a free consultation.