Guardianships and Trusts – When are you an Interested Person?
What happens if you have a child and the child’s father is incapacitated or the subject of a guardianship and a trust is set up.
Guardianship and Trusts, when you’re not an interesting person and can’t participate in legal matters regarding the trust.
Hello my name is John Pankauski. I’m a trust litigation attorney. What happens if you have a child and the child’s father is incapacitated or the subject of a guardianship and a trust is set up. What if they file a motion that says you as the parent of your child are not an interested person in the trust. Do you have the ability on behalf of your minor child to still learn about that trust?
Well a similar issue was decided by Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal in March of 2018 in the Tenzer guardianship. It was decided March 21st 2018 and it deals with those issues. Under what circumstances are you an interested person in a trust that set up for somebody else in a Guardianship and what if you didn’t appeal the order that says you’re not interested in that trust, then you may be prohibited from ever being involved with that trust.