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Siblings, Stepparents & Stepchildren | Battles Between Beneficiaries

Beneficiary Fights Estate Disaster.jpgBattles between beneficiaries are part and parcel of a busy estate and trust litigation practice. Common battle recipe ingredients include a dose of dementia, simmering family differences, frozen relationships, and diced communications mixed with a wedge of sibling rivalry.

Like soup, particular ingredients might stand out. It depends on the case. Sometimes it's the power of attorney holder's wrongdoing to an elder adult. Other times the secret sauce is a sibling actually "on the sauce" - a both a substance abuser and an elder abuser. Then, of course, there are classic stepmother disputes with their stepchildren over a decedent spouse's estate and trust assets. You get the idea - variables abound.

If you would like to talk with counsel who have litigated dozens if not hundreds of variables in abused trust beneficiary disputes, call us at Hackard Law - 916 313-3030. We litigate in California major urban counties - including Santa Clara, Alameda, Sacramento, and Los Angeles.

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