Can a Living Trust Be Contested?

Many people who have not explored all the facts assume that they should use a last will to state their final wishes. You can go this route if you want to, but there are some drawbacks that go along with the utilization of a last will. A will must be probated before the heirs to the estate can receive their inheritances. This process provides certain protections, but there are a number of pitfalls that go along with it. One of the drawbacks is the fact that disgruntled parties could contest the validity of the last will during probate. The court would be compelled to hear these arguments, and a contested cases can be stalled in probate for a considerable period of time. In addition to the fact that the process opens this window of opportunity, there are other potential negatives. Even if there are no challenges, probate is somewhat time-consuming, and expenses can accumulate during the process. Revocable Living Trusts Revocable living trusts are often used by people who want to avoid p


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