A Guide to Wills, Estate, Trust and Guardianship Litigation

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IV. Protection of Beneficiary’s Rights

The rights of beneficiaries are jealously protected by the law of North Carolina.  These protections are given to the beneficiaries of estates and trusts.  If your rights have been, violated then legal action can be brought to help protect the assets that are rightfully yours.  Matters of this type frequently involve disputes between family members and involve breaches of trust, embezzlement, or other wrongdoing.  If you suspect your rights have been violated or if you have been denied assets that are rightfully yours then you must act quickly to protect your rights before the assets are wrongfully distributed to other parties.


Stephen A. Brown

John N. Hutson, Jr.

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