One form of litigation arising out of the probate of a decedent’s estate is a will contest, in which someone challenges distribution of assets under a will. A person contesting a will may claim, for example, that the person was incompetent when the will was made or was acting as the result of undue influence at the time of making the will. Estate litigation may also involve claims by creditors of the decedent and issues of proper distribution of property. Litigation may also arise regarding a trust. For example, a beneficiary of a trust may question the distribution being received or how the trustee is investing the assets in the trust. In this regard, it does not matter if the trust was created before the person creating the trust died or is created in the decedent’s will.