Although the administration of trusts and estates is usually carried out without the involvement of a judge or the need for a hearing, occasionally a fiduciary, a beneficiary, or an interested person has a dispute that requires the court’s attention. Whether litigation is driven by an unreasonable party, a rogue executor, or a good faith disagreement, it is imperative to have
knowledgeable and experienced representation to make informed decisions and to achieve optimal results. Mr. Bronley regularly litigates such cases; his unique background in fiduciary, trust, estate and guardianship law has allowed him to skillfully represent clients in complex trust, estate and fiduciary disputes throughout Virginia in state courts, as well as the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. If you have a complaint regarding a fiduciary, dispute the interpretation of the terms of a Will, have a loved one who is in need of a guardian, or find yourself being harassed or sued by difficult beneficiaries, Mr. Bronley is prepared to sit down with you to discuss your options and formulate a plan.