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Death is Not the End. There Remains Litigation Over the Estate: Post-Death Claims and Contested Matters - Is This the Afterlife?

Explore how to respond to and resolve disputes. Learn about tools available under Illinois law that can assist in the ultimate resolution of a variety of conflicts, including disgruntled family members and lingering creditors, that may interrupt the timely completion of administration. Includes discussion of judicial intervention, settlement agreements, removal of fiduciaries, and document modification among many others. Originally presented as part of the Post-Death Administration of Trusts & Estates.
Credits: 0.75 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P2100-23R-02
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Elizabeth A. McKillip, Levin Schreder & Carey, Ltd., Lisle and Chicago

Expires 9/1/2025

Elizabeth A. McKillip, Levin Schreder & Carey, Ltd., Lisle and Chicago

Expires 9/1/2025

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