Skilled Estate Litigation And Estate Law

At Connors and Sullivan Attorneys at Law, PLLC, we understand how difficult it is to lose the support and friendship of a close loved one. You may be filled with elation to discover that you are now a part-owner of a nice home or thriving commercial property.

Litigation over someone's will can be complicated. Our lawyers will work with you to ensure that all your goals are represented.

Handling Estate Litigation For More Than 25 Years

Our attorneys have a history of success in estate litigation and estate law. The law firm of Connors and Sullivan Attorneys at Law, PLLC, is dedicated to promoting the interests of our clients, and we are prepared to negotiate hard and litigate even harder if that is the only way we can create a positive outcome.

We serve clients throughout the five boroughs of New York City and have law offices in Brooklyn (Bay Ridge), Queens (Middle Village, Bayside) and Manhattan (Midtown). For a complimentary initial consultation with a qualified estate litigation attorney, contact us by calling 718-414-6209 or 212-235-1339, or contact us via e-mail.

Resolving Inheritance Estate Disputes

We help clients with estate litigation concerns, including:

Partition actions : forcing the sale of a property through a court order. We will work with you throughout the entire process.

Contested deed transfers : questioning the validity of a deed transfer before or after inheritance, often involving a contested will

Contested accounting : If you feel as if the person who is handling the fiduciary duty of a lost loved one has broken the law we can help. We will take the time to listen to your reasoning and defend you both in and out of court.

Contact Us For Strong Estate Litigation

For a complimentary initial consultation in one of our New York City law offices, call 718-414-6209 or 212-235-1339, or contact us via e-mail to schedule an appointment with a qualified estate litigation lawyer. Nothing is more important to us than advocating for you and protecting your inheritance and property rights.