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Naperville contested estate lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains how to file a probate claim and what goes into filing one.
In this article, our Naperville probate litigation lawyers explain Illinois probate claims. In probate cases, the administrator or executor of the estate is responsible for utilizing the assets of the deceased to pay for any liabilities of the state. If someone has a cause of action against the estate, they can file a claim against the estate. In this article, our Naperville probate claims attorneys explain the deadline to file a probate claim and how to file a claim.
Naperville contested estate lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the Illinois Dead-Man's Act, which bars testimony relating to conversations with deceased individuals if the testimony benefits the witness.
In this article, our Naperville probate litigation attorneys explain the Illinois Dead-Man's Act in contested estates. The Illinois Dead-Man’s Act is a statute that prevents parties to litigation from testifying about their own conversations with a deceased person if that conversation would provide evidence beneficial to the party testifying. This article explains how this act affects probate dispute cases and some exceptions to the act.
Naperville probate dispute lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty covers proof of will hearings also known as will prove-ups. There are differences between proof of will and will contests, which are explained in this video.
In this article, our Naperville contested estate lawyers explain formal proof of will hearings in Illinois probate litigation. A formal proof of will hearing requires the executor of the estate to present testimony of the witnesses to the will to prove that the will was properly executed. There is a difference between proof of will hearings and will contests, and this article explains those differences along with what happens at the formal proof of will hearing. Our Naperville probate litigation, disputes & claims attorneys explain from the deadline to the purpose of the hearings.