When filing a petition to initiate a lawsuit involving a trust, you must state your claims. You do not need to prove these claims are true at this stage.
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In order to bring a claim to gain access to the assets of a trust, a creditor must sue the correct party. That party is the trustee, not the trust itself.
Theft is a common reason for trust and probate litigation. Learn more about the surprisingly large group of people may be potentially responsible.
If you have questions during a trust administration, you can involve the court. The court can assist with certain interpretations of trust provisions.
Durable powers of attorney can sometimes be abused and lead to theft or waste of the principal’s assets. If your loved one is a victim, an attorney can help.
Estate administrators must be aware that the estate may be subject to a lawsuit for the decedent’s actions. It is crucial to minimize the estate’s liability.
When administering an estate, you may find a mistake in the will. Depending on the circumstances surrounding the mistake, the will may still be valid.
To file a lawsuit on behalf of your spouse regarding a trust, you must name the correct defendant. Learn more, here.