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Maine Revised Statutes Title 18-A. Probate Code § 2-806. Effect of criminal conviction on intestate succession, wills, joint assets, beneficiary designations and other property acquisition when restitution is owed to the decedent

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A person who has been convicted of a crime of which the decedent was a victim is not entitled to the following benefits to the extent that the benefits do not exceed the amount of restitution the person owes to the decedent as a result of the sentence for the crime:

(a).?Any benefits under the decedent's will or under this Article;

(b).?Any property owned jointly with the decedent;

(c).?Any benefit as a beneficiary of a bond, life insurance policy or other contractual arrangement in which the principal obligee or the person upon whose life the policy is issued is the decedent; ?and

(d).?Any benefit from any acquisition of property in which the decedent had an interest.

Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Maine Revised Statutes Title 18-A. Probate Code § 2-806. Effect of criminal conviction on intestate succession, wills, joint assets, beneficiary designations and other property acquisition when restitution is owed to the decedent - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/me/title-18-a-probate-code/me-rev-st-tit-18-a-sect-2-806/


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