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Illinois trust litigation lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains the rules of evidence in Illinois trust disputes.
In this article, our Illinois trust dispute attorneys explain the rules of evidence in Illinois trust disputes. We explain the Illinois Dead-Man's Act, which prevents the admission of testimony regarding conversations between the witness and a deceased invidividual if the witness is an interested party in the trust dispute and would stand to benefit from his or her testimony.
Illinois trust litigation lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains statutory custodial claims explained in Illinois.
In this article, our Illinois trust dispute attorneys explain statutory custodial claims. Illinois statutes provide for certain claims that can be made against the estates of a deceased individual ("the decedent") by individuals who are the immediate family of the decedent who lived with and personally cared for the disabled decedent for at least 3 years.
Illinois trust dispute attorney explains lack of testamentary capacity in trust litigation.
In this article, our Illinois trust litigation lawyers explain lack of testamentary capacity in trust disputes. If the grantor of a trust is not mentally competent to understand what he or she is doing when executing the trust, the trust can be invalidated based on lack of testamentary capacity. We discuss the threshold for lack of testamentary capacity and how it is proven in trust litigation.