A life insurance policy is often a large part of a decedent’s estate. Collecting on this policy after death may require multiple items of documentation.
Articles about Trust Litigation
When a person dies, a life insurance policy may be a significant asset that is part of the estate. Locating the policy may be difficult.
During a trust administration, a professional trustee may serve alongside a loved one of the decedent. Reasonable compensation is not always obvious.
If a trust dictates the amount of trustee compensation, that amount generally is what is used. In some cases, you may be entitled to more, however.
If a deceased beneficiary of an estate has a spouse, he or she may not be entitled to the decedent’s inheritance. It is important to understand the laws.
When administering a trust, you will encounter various expenses along the way. It is important to keep accurate records and receipts throughout the process.
Can I challenge the will or trust in probate court even if there is a no contest clause? It is important to know that the existence of a no contest clause is usually meaningless.
I’m not getting what I’m supposed to from my parents’ estate. What can I do about it?