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The Trustee’s Guide to Breach of Trust Claims

Trustees commonly face claims for breach of trust, misappropriation of trust funds, mismanagement, malfeasance, fraud, or breach of fiduciary duty. If you’ve been accused of breaching your fiduciary duties or misappropriating trust funds, contact an experienced trust litigation attorney as soon as possible. The sooner you begin working with a trust litigation attorney, the better …

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Trust, Estate and Probate Litigation Firm RMO LLP Expands to Miami

August 10, 2020 01:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time MIAMI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Los Angeles-based trust, estate and probate litigation firm RMO LLP has expanded to the East Coast with the opening of a Miami office helmed by veteran litigator Brian Levin, the firm announced this week. “It’s serendipity that we launched the operation at this time of greater need, but it’s …

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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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Meanings of successor trustee, settlor of trust, and trustor

Meanings of Settlor of Trust, Successor Trustee, and Trustor

Settlor of Trust, Successor Trustee, Trustor, Administrator of Trust are common terms in estate planning and trust litigation. What do they all mean? Here’s a 5-minute guide to understanding their meanings, and how they may affect you.    What is a trust, trustor, and trustee? Generally, a “trust” refers to a revocable living trust. …

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The Definitive Guide to Disinheritance

Disinheritance is quite common. Spouses, children, stepchildren, adopted children, domestic partners, etc. can be disinherited in many states. Not surprisingly, disinheritance often leads to those disinherited contesting the will, trust, codicil or amendment that disinherits them. Whether you’re a disinherited child, a disinherited spouse, an individual seeking to disinherit someone, or someone who is involved …

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