Matt Yanovitch's practice focuses on trust and estate disputes and litigation. His practice includes representation of executors, administrators, trustees, heirs, and creditors in disputes involving wills, trusts, and inherited property. He is experienced in probate matters, guardianship and conservatorship proceedings, elective share and augmented estate proceedings, constructive trust cases, petitions for aid and direction of the court, and matters involving powers of attorney. He has testified as an expert witness on attorney fees in trust litigation. He also advises and guides fiduciaries through the estate and trust administration process.
Matt also practices in the area of health care law, representing skilled nursing and other long-term care facilities, physician practice groups, home health agencies, and other health care businesses. He represents health care clients in court and in administrative proceedings before government agencies. He advises clients on compliance with state licensure rules, Certificate of Public Need (COPN) regulations, Medicare regulations and conditions of participation, HIPAA, and the Stark and Anti-Kickback laws.
Matt’s commercial litigation practice consists of representing banks, mortgage companies, commercial real estate developers, and various other businesses in contractual disputes. He has represented national and regional banks in numerous credit line default cases. He routinely represents commercial landlords in litigation against tenants.