Claims for Home Healthcare Denied

Decedent lived with neighbors due to health issues, and they cared for him, but claims for the value of the neighbors’ services were denied as requiring speculation as to the intent of the decedent, the time spent by the neighbors, or what rate of compensation to apply, but claims for moneys spent by the neighbors in cleaning up the decedent’s property were allowed both under the doctrine of unjust enrichment and because there was disinterested testimony that the decedent approved of the expenses. Ackerman Estate, 10 Fid.Rep.3d 137 (Monroe O.C. 2020).

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