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In this article, our Illinois trust dispute attorneys explain the rules of evidence in Illinois trust disputes. In it, we explain the Illinois Dead-Man's Act, which prevents the admission of testimony regarding conversations between the witness and a deceased individual if the witness is an interested party in the trust dispute and would stand to benefit from his or her testimony. By understanding this act, you will have a better understanding of what evidence can be brought forward in your trust dispute case.
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. In this article, our Illinois trust dispute attorneys explain statutory custodial claims and how they are used in contested trust cases.