The death of a loved one, a parent or guardian, may result in disagreements over the management of the estate. Complex and intricate legal issues often arise, irrespective of whether the departed one left a will or trust. Typical conflicts of interest that occur surround the administration of the estate, payment of bills, or dividing and sharing of assets as indicated in the will. Beneficiaries often engage in disputes regarding their fair shares of the inheritance, and sometimes the trustees could be compromised. There are those who will still dispute the validity and reliability of the will. To avoid such circumstances after your death, hire Estate Litigation Lawyers Naperville IL, to help you plan your estate.