By Richard M. Morgan & Loraine M. DiSalvo Disputes that arise after a loved one dies can be incredibly destructive, to both assets and relationships.
This article is part of a series on Estate and Trust Disputes. Other resources include: Estate & Trust Disputes: Common Types and How to Avoid
by Richard M. Morgan & Loraine M. DiSalvo In our July 2010 newsletter, we discussed various dispute resolution processes. We discussed traditional litigation, along with
by Richard M. Morgan & Loraine M. DiSalvo In the estate planning context, a “fiduciary” is someone who will serve in a role of authority
When Ronald Black was diagnosed with terminal cancer, he took the appropriate and responsible steps towards getting his affairs in order. The family printing business
As we discussed in our July 2010 newsletter, disputes relating to probate, or to the administration of an estate or trust, can and often do
Disputes over a loved one’s estate or trust can be incredibly destructive to both assets and relationships. They can also result in the destruction of
In our last Newsletter, we discussed some of the most common types of estate and trust related disputes and the best ways to avoid them.