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In an action involving the removal of a trustee of a life insurance trust established to provide for petitioner's son and his brother, trial court's orders denying respondent-trustee's objections, approving a third guardianship accounting petition, and ordering trustee to pay petitioner compensatory damages in the amount of $77,573.40 is affirmed as trial court did not abuse its discretion in overruling trustee's objections, nor in finding unreasonable and bad-faith assertion of meritless objections in awarding the compensatory damages.
Filed September 30, 2009
Opinion by Judge Rushing
For Appellant: WealthPLAN, Frances B. Doyle
For Appelle: Law offices of Kenneth C. Moore, Kenneth C. Moore, Law Offices of John H. Coward, John H. Coward
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