Beneficiary’s Child Support to be Paid from Estate

A beneficiary’s court-ordered child support arrearage should be paid from the estate, notwithstanding the spendthift clause in the will, and the children’s mother had no standing to object to the administration of the estate or seek removal of the executor.  A claim for counsel fees was also denied because the attorney failed to perform services in a timely manner.  Estate of Roy A. Creamer, Deceased, No. 911 DE of 2012 (Phila. O.C. 9/30/2014) (audit memorandum of Herron, J.).

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