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Saint Charles trust dispute attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains some common causes of action in trust litigation.
In this article, our Saint Charles trust litigation attorneys describe two common causes of action in trust disputes. Tortious intereference with an expectency of an inheritance and fraudulent inducement both involve a third party committing a tortious or illegal act to cause the plaintiff to be deprived of an expected inheritance. Unlike suits that challenge the validity of a trust, these are tort claims against a third party defendant, seeking damages from the individual who committed the wrongful action.
Saint Charles trust dispute lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains the rules of evidence in trust litigation.
In this article, our Saint Charles trust litigation attorneys explain the Illinois Dead-Man's Act. The Illinois Dead-Man's act prevents witnesses from testifying regarding conversations with a deceased individual if the testimony would benefit them in the case at hand. We discuss the specifics of the types of testimony that are not allowed in trust disputes and some exceptions to this rule.
Saint Charles trust litigation lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains statutory custodial claims in probate.
In this article, our Saint Charles trust dispute attorneys explain statutory custodial claims. In Illinois, if an individual lived with and cared for an immediate family member with a disability for at least 3 years, he or she may make a claim for payment against that family member's estate. We explain exactly who may make a statutory custodial claim, how courts decide how much to award the claimant, the priority of statutory custodial claims as compared to other claims against the estate, and the presumption against claims by non-related caregivers.