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The Professional Trustee’s Guide to Estate Contests and Disputes

Estate contests and disputes can be intimidating for anyone, even a professional trustee. In this guide, we’ve answered some of the questions we’re commonly asked about estate and trust contests, estate disputes, and other issues professional trustees may face. What Are the Most Common Estate Contests and Disputes? Estate contests and disputes occur when an

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Scott Rahn Appointed Newest Board Member of Alzheimer’s Association

LOS ANGELES–(Excerpt from BUSINESS WIRE) — The Alzheimer’s Association California Southland has selected RMO LLP Co-Managing Partner Scott Rahn to its board of directors. Rahn is looking forward to working to help publicize the private fight far too many families have when facing Alzheimer’s disease, to ensure increased services for those facing Alzheimer’s across the California Southland and, ultimately, to

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The Ultimate Guide to Undue Influence

Undue influence in families is an act of abuse, often by heirs victimizing their elderly parents or other family members to increase their will inheritance or trust fund distributions. Undue influence can be actual or implied, and proving undue influence is the responsibility of heirs, beneficiaries, trustees of trusts, and administrators or executors of wills.

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The Disinherited Child’s Guide to Getting an Inheritance

Most states allow for a parent to disinherit a child. Those that do not still allow for partial disinheritance. Whether fully or partially disinherited, a child may still have rights to their inheritance. They key is to prove the child was disinherited for unjustifiable reasons, the parent lacked capacity when they disinherited the child, the

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