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Should I Challenge My Inheritance? Part Four: Economic Considerations of Inheritance Dispute

Join Adam Fried, co-chair of Reminger’s Estate, Trust, and Probate Litigation practice group, for a five-part blog series exploring what makes for a good case or bad case to challenge inheritance rights.

In part three, we reviewed red flags which can increase the likelihood of success in a challenged inheritance claim. Now, I will describe the economic considerations that go into a decision as to whether a claim of undue influence should be pursued.

Part 4 - Economic Considerations of Inheritance Dispute

In your heart, you believe your parent would never willingly disinherit you.  ... Read More ›

Should I Challenge My Inheritance? Part Three: Red Flags and The Misuse of Trust

Join Adam Fried, co-chair of Reminger’s Estate, Trust, and Probate Litigation practice group, for a five-part blog series exploring what makes for a good case or bad case to challenge inheritance rights.

In part two, we looked at the problems with proof in establishing or defending against an undue influence claim. Now, we will review red flags, the existence of which can increase the likelihood of success in a challenged inheritance claim.

Part 3 - Red Flags and the Misuse of Trust

  1. Is the beneficiary a person in the trust or confidence of the donor? A person who is trusted is in the ...
Should I Challenge My Inheritance? Part One: Disappointment, Disinheritance and Disputes – What Should I Do?

Join Adam Fried, co-chair of Reminger’s Estate, Trust, and Probate Litigation practice group, for a five-part blog series exploring what makes for a good case or bad case to challenge inheritance rights.

Series Overview:

  • Part One – Disappointment, Disinheritance and Disputes – What Should I Do?
  • Part Two – The Problems with Proof
  • Part Three – Red Flags and The Misuse of Trust
  • Part Four – Economic Considerations of Inheritance Dispute
  • Part Five – What to Consider When Selecting Counsel

Part One – Disappointment, Disinheritance and Disputes – What Should I Do?

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Adam M. Fried Profiled in Ohio Super Lawyers Magazine

Adam M. Fried, Co-Chair of Reminger's Estates, Trusts, and Probate Litigation Practice Group, has been recognized by Ohio Super Lawyers Magazine in more ways than one this year.  Not only has Adam been listed once again as a Super Lawyer in their 2020 issue, Adam has also attained special recognition as "Top 50 Cleveland" and "Top 100 Ohio."  He also was profiled by the magazine in the article entitled "Don't Bother Looking for Hiccups in Adam Fried's Trial Prep."Read More ›

Four Reminger Attorneys Named 2018 Best Lawyers for Litigation-Trusts & Estates, Trusts & Estates

Twenty-four Reminger attorneys were included on the 2018 Best Lawyers in America© list, including 17 from our Cleveland office, four from our Columbus office, two from our Sandusky office, and one from our Cincinnati office. Of that group, four were honored in the category of Litigation-Trusts and Estates, and Trusts and Estates.Read More ›

Forcing the Production of Information in Probate Litigation When You Have Been Disinherited

Can a disinherited person force the production of information necessary to substantiate the efforts required to pursue a challenge to a Will, beneficiary designation, or Trust?

Isolation and manipulation of a loved one by those who are intent on deriving benefits from an estate are frequent realities in estate litigation cases.  Undue influence, the process by which a person’s mind is subjugated so that the decision-making is actually that of the perpetrator, is almost always done behind closed doors.  The byproduct of isolation and conduct perpetrated in the dark is lack of information.  Family members are left with only questions and no answers.Read More ›

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