Real estate inheritors fight for slice of property pie

Living-trust fiasco pits siblings against each other
Published on Jan 4, 2006

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In 1981, Byron and Muriel Grimm created a joint living trust, naming their children Carol McIndoe and Sharon Olivos as 40 percent beneficiaries each, with the remaining 20 percent of assets split among the grandchildren. After Byron’s death in 1988, ...