Concealment of Assets

What happens when one of your parents pass away and assets you knew they had are missing? What about when the will promises you something but for whatever reason, you are not getting it? Concealment of assets is a common occurence Concealment of assets is a common occurence

What happens if you discover that just before your parent passed away, your sibling, or someone else, convinced your parent to transfer a large sum of money or property to that person? Should the transferred property be considered part of the estate?  What if the person who received the transfer claims it was a gift and should not be included as an estate asset?

Sadly, these and many similar situations happen all too often. There are safeguards in the legal system to address these instances.  The lawyers at the Probate Division of The DiCello Law Firm have the experience to manage and overcome the complexities of asset concealment matters.

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If you, or someone you know is experiencing a similar problem, contact the Probate Division of The DiCello Law Firm today for more information or to schedule a free initial consultation (440) 530-3605.

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