Gordon & Rees is a national litigation and business transactions firm with more than 950 attorneys across the United States. We deliver maximum value to our clients by combining the resources, size, and scale of a full-service national firm with the responsiveness, flexibility, and local knowledge of a regional firm.
Given our wide national reach, we represent clients in estate dispute matters in all 50 states throughout the country. We represent clients in estate disputes of all sizes and complexities, from large estates valued at several tens of millions of dollars, to smaller estates just above six figures.
Our attorneys have handled hundreds of will, trust, guardianship, and elder law disputes. Our clients range from sophisticated national trust companies to individuals who find themselves embroiled in an estate dispute often through no fault of their own.
We would welcome the opportunity to discuss with you how we may be able to serve you, your family, or your institution. Please feel free to contact us.
Will Sleeth serves as the editor of the Estate Conflicts blog, and is Co-Chair of the firm’s Estate and Trust Litigation practice area team, a nationwide team composed of over a dozen attorneys focusing on disputes involving wills, trusts, guardianships, conservatorships, and elder law matters. Primarily based out of the firm’s Williamsburg office, Will represents clients all throughout Virginia and the nation. Will has litigated approximately 100 estate disputes – ranging from local disputes in Williamsburg and Hampton Roads, to disputes all over Virginia, to complex multi-jurisdictional disputes in an array of states throughout the nation. Will handles some of the largest and highest-profile will and trust disputes in the area, and has litigated cases that have collectively totaled over approximately $200 million in assets. Will has been recognized by Super Lawyers magazine for numerous years in the area of Estate & Trust Litigation.
Brett Herbert is an associate attorney in the firm’s Williamsburg office. He is a member of the firm’s Estate and Trust Litigation practice area team. He devotes his practice primarily to disputes involving wills, trusts, guardianships, conservatorships, powers of attorney, and elder law matters.