It is an emotional time when someone close to you has died. It can be even more difficult when your family faces a dispute involving the will, trust or estate. In some cases, a creditor will bring a claim against the estate for payment. In other cases, a family member may contest the validity of the will. And in many instances, a beneficiary may feel the trustee has violated a fiduciary duty.

Regardless of the position you are in, Ganim Legal, P.C., is here to help.

Disputes Involving Wills, Trusts And Estates

During your initial consultation, Attorney Paul Ganim will review your legal circumstances and advise on the best options for moving forward with your probate dispute. Our entire team will work diligently to resolve your legal matter fairly and in accordance with the law, while at the same time protecting your rights. While mediation can often be the best method for obtaining favorable results, we are always prepared to bring your case to trial if an alternative agreement cannot be reached.

Our lawyers handle a wide range of probate litigation matters, including those involving:

  • Claims against the estate
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Will contests
  • Trust litigation

Attorney Paul Ganim is highly respected for his probate and probate litigation work. He has nearly 25 years of experience and has been an elected Probate Judge in Bridgeport since 1998. Due to his judicial appointment, Paul Ganim cannot represent clients whose matters appear before the Bridgeport Probate Court, but we can refer you to an attorney who can. However, our law firm does provide legal representation for clients appearing in all other Connecticut probate courts, including those in Fairfield, New Haven, Stamford, Norwalk, Trumbull, Westport, Easton, Monroe, Wilton and Redding.

Protect Your Rights And Get The Help You Need

Whether you seek to initiate a probate litigation action or need to defend against one, contact our law firm at 203-864-6625 for help. Our Connecticut probate litigation attorneys offer free consultations to all prospective clients.

Learn How To Handle Debts Of Deceased Relatives. Contact Us.

As the executor or administrator of an estate, one of the most important duties you will have is to pay any outstanding estate debts or taxes, using the estate’s assets. This must be done before any distributions are made.


If you need a Connecticut lawyer handling estate taxes, we encourage you to contact our law firm at 203-864-6625 to learn more. We can help ensure proper payment of estate debt/taxes and protect you from any personal liability.