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I am assuming that the 3 beneficiaries agreed to the revised division because you did not indicate that any of the 3 fought the new division. In any event, since the court had to approve any changes in the discribution, ir follows that it has the power to, and will,
order all the beneficiaries to share in the funding reflectng the new division of proceeds.
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Thank you so much for your quick response. Yes, you are correct. With the amendment, all three beneficiaries did agree. Because this round will be more adversarial in nature, is there case law that supports this? Just wanting to prepare as much as I can.
I didn't find a particular case but I will check again
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