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This brother does not have a driver's license. His was suspended after his most recent DUI. This was his 3rd DUI; also has public intox charges. Bottom line is that I wouldn't let him borrow a bicycle and certainly am not willing to assume liability for his driving an uninsured car without a license.
He is one of the trustees and says he has a right to drive it as a trustee. It was supposed to be sold a couple of months ago but he continues to use it as his own. (Our father died 3 months ago.)
Do the beneficiaries have liability and what can we do to prevent his use of the car and failure to sell it as agreed upon? We've raised it with the attorney for the trust but he appears to be acting in the interest of the trustees and does not respond.This may be better categorized under 'trust' or 'estate' but I cannot find a way to change the category options.
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