I believe effective life cycle estate and financial planning is anchored in the Quadrant of Facts, Forecasts, Life Stages, and Unexpected Events. Over the past several weeks, ten posts covered a lot of territory about Facts and Forecasts.
After matters of child support, child custody, spousal support and division of marital property and debt have been settled, it’s understandable newly-divorced couples just want to put it all behind them.
Listen to Hull on Estates #407 – Parson v. McGovern. Today on Hull on Estates, Jonathon Kappy and Stuart Clark discuss the recent Parson v. McGovern decision and the circumstances under which a court may compel an Estate Trustee to make an interim distribution to the beneficiaries.
Ever wonder who has the legal right to control your remains after you die? I have never thought about it either, but it came to light last year with Casey Kasem’s body went missing.
Can a Woman’s 1961 Texas Adoption Without Notice to Her Natural Father Be Invalidated More Than 50 Years Later As Part of a Florida Inheritance Dispute?
Inheritance disputes tend to be deeply personal affairs, often involving challenges to a person’s core identity or “status” as a family member.