Representing Beneficiaries and Interested Parties

As a named beneficiary or interested party of an estate, you have certain rights to receive information and to be informed and notified during the administration process. There are a number of reasons why a party would retain an attorney to represent their interests, including but not limited to the following:

  • To review the documents and explain the details and the process in layman’s terms.
  • To contact the Personal Representative and/or Trustee of an estate regarding an interested party’s rights.
  • To discuss a possible breach of the fiduciary duty owed by the Personal Representative and/or Trustee and the remedies.
  • To review prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, divorce decrees and child support orders to determine their relevance in regard to the distribution of the estate.
  • To discuss the removal of the Personal Representative and/or Trustee.

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