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Hi - Because of the typos, this question is unclear. However, it appears that your fiance is named in his mother's Will but that his brother, who is the Personal Representative, may have put the funds into a special needs trust? The brother couldn't "put your fiance on disability," but is it possible that the language of the Will provides for a special needs-type trust for your fiance? You need to bring the docs and your questions to a local trust and estates attorney for review and discussion. Good luck -
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Asker --- as Attorney Harvey notes, you really need to clarify your post. Whatever may be going on, the Will doesn't go into effect unless the mother has died and the will has been admitted to probate. I strongly suggest that your fiance sit down with an attorney with experience in special needs planning if he has any concerns.
E. Alexandra "Sasha" Golden is a Massachusetts lawyer. All answers are based on Massachusetts law. All answers are for educational purposes and no attorney-client relationship is formed by providing an answer to a question.
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