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Trusts & Estates – Wills – Omitted Son – Sibling as Fiduciary – Holographic Codicil (access required)

Hughes v. Craddock. When no evidence is forecast regarding fraud, breach of duty or inequitable conduct, a constructive trust is inappropriate. The fact that property is transferred to an heir is not sufficient to support allegations that the child convinced her mother to make the transfer or that the action was done to circumvent Medicaid rules. Summary judgment for defendants Lois and Allen Levine is affirmed.

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