Trust Litigation Scenarios | Part 4
- June 16, 2022 - Abused Beneficiaries, Trust Litigation,
I’m Mike Hackard with Hackard Law. This is part four of our What if series.
We’ve posed a number of questions in each part of the series – or what ifs – common to estate and trust litigation. Here are a few more unusual ones.
- What if trust beneficiaries know of questionable estate planning changes while the maker of the trust is alive, and they don’t try to challenge them?
- What if a trustee is trying to profit from his own wrongdoing?
- What if the decedent’s will doesn’t include a child who was born or adopted after the signing of the decedent’s testamentary instrument?
- What if trustees do not have clear and accurate records for the time that they served as trustees of a trust?
- What if a person intentionally interferes with another’s expectation of receiving an inheritance from another?
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 -313-3031. We make it a practice of handling what ifs in California’s courts.
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