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Innovative Solutions to Resolve Any Controversy

Goodsill combines the substantive background of its Trust and Estate Group with its experienced litigation attorneys to provide the highest quality representation in all areas of trust and estate controversies.

Our experience, representing both fiduciaries (individual as well as institutional) and beneficiaries (including charities and charitable trusts), helps us strive to minimize conflict whenever possible. If disputes cannot be avoided, our attorneys work to resolve the controversy as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible through mediation or litigation.

With depth in trusts and estates law, as well as skilled litigators who understand the unique issues that can arise, Goodsill is unrivaled in the comprehensive trust and estate litigation services it provides to its clients.

Representative Work

Examples include:

  • Will or Trust Contests – Successfully representing parties in actions to void a trust or will because of alleged lack of capacity, undue influence, or fraud.
  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty – Successfully representing clients in actions alleging breach of fiduciary duty by a trustee or personal representative and actions seeking removal of the fiduciary and surcharges.
  • Reformation and Construction – Successfully representing parties in actions involving reformation or deviations from a will or trust, as well as representing beneficiaries in disputes over the interpretation of ambiguous provisions of wills and trusts.

You can reach us online or call our Honolulu office at 808-547-5600 to schedule an initial consultation.

 

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