Trusts & Estates – Guardianship – Ward’s Death – Collector’s Appointment – Power of AttorneyWhite v. Harold L. & Audree S. Mills Charitable Remainder Unitrust At the time the trial court entered summary judgment for defendants, named plaintiff Ray White no longer had the authority to sustain the present action because his ward had passed away. Although the trial court subsequently entered a consent order substituting the collector of the ward/decedent’s estate as plaintiff, we must vacate the summary judgment order against then-named plaintiff White and remand for the court’s consideration of any issues presented by the collector of the decedent’s estate.
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Published: August 8, 2012
Time posted: 2:29 pm
Tags: Collector’s Appointment, Guardianship, power of attorney, trusts & estates, Ward’s Death