Trust Litigation Scenarios | Part 2
I’m Mike Hackard with Hackard Law. Recently we’ve spent some time addressing the common and maybe not so common what-if-scenarios that are part of the mosaic of estate and trust litigation.
So, let’s continue with our What If series – Part Two.
- What if a person meddles with and assumes the management of trust property even if she is not the duly appointed trustee?
- What if one without authority undertakes to administer entrusted property and incurs losses?
- What if a document preparer prepares a trust that was never reviewed by an attorney?
- What if a trustee who is also a beneficiary puts his interests above the other trust beneficiaries?
- What if a trustee refuses to give beneficiaries, upon request, complete and accurate information as to the administration of the trust?
- What if the decedent prepared a handwritten will that is not dated?
Finding the answer to each of these questions will depend upon the unique circumstances of every individual case.
If you’re facing one or more of these what ifs and you want to talk about it, call us at Hackard Law: 916-313-3030. We make it a practice of handling what ifs in California’s courts.
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