In re Estate of Hedke, 278 Neb. 727 (Neb. Sup. Ct. 2009)

(trial court's determination that primary heir of decedent did not unduly influence decedent's will and trust reversed - evidence established that heir improperly influenced decedent in making her will; trial court's order finding deed transferring property to trust valid and that heir had misappropriated decedent's assets while serving as attorney-in-fact vacated - sibling contesting will lacked standing to recover assets for the estate and trial court did not have jurisdiction over claims; sibling did have authority, as trust beneficiary, to challenge primary heir's actions while serving in capacity of trustee; case remanded for further findings and determinations concerning primary heir's transactions during the trust's winding-up period). 

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