Listen to Hull on Estates #373 – Retainer agreements. Today on Hull on Estates, Noah Weisberg and special guest, Jordan Atin, discuss retainer agreements.
I recently came across a very interesting piece of history which got me thinking about what should and should not be included in a Will.
Legislation that would significantly expand landowner protection in oil and gas leasing transactions was recently approved by the Pennsylvania State Senate.
So, you have thoughtfully and thoroughly prepared the Form 1023 Application for Recognition of Exemption Under Section 501(c)(3) (“Form 1023” or “application”) on behalf of a charity, and filed it with the IRS along with a completed checklist and the correct user fee.
Many of the guardianship applications our firm prepares concern the management of tort settlement funds.
Texas Supreme Court Weighs in On Enforceability of Mandatory Arbitration Provisions in Trust Agreements; Votes YES
Readers of this blog know I’m a big fan of mandatory arbitration clauses in wills and trusts, which are expressly authorized by statute in Florida (see here).
A Toronto criminal lawyer suffering from ALS, a terminal, incurable disease, sent a letter to his friends and colleagues before he died arguing posthumously for assisted suicide. Edward Hung, who travelled to Switzerland for assistance in ending his life, argued that Canada’s laws against assisted suicide are “unjust.”