Around The Water Cooler this morning, we’re discussing trustees gone wild, exculpatory clauses, and presidential politics.
After five years of litigation, last week a Chancery Court in Mississippi found that Regions breached numerous fiduciary duties with respect to the administration of the Patricia Hall Sheppard Trust and ordered Regions to pay in excess of $4M.
How do you write a winning brief? Say what you are going to say, say it, and then say what you said.
Last week, the IRS issued proposed regulations that will significantly reduce valuation discounts for gifts or sales of interests in family limited partnerships, family limited liability companies, and closely-held corporations.
You may be a victim of identity theft and not even realize it.
It’s early in the morning, you’ve only just started your first cup of coffee, and your first few sips of java have not yet percolated your brain into full gear.
Inheritance litigation often turns on a person’s claimed “status” as a family member.
It is fall again. A time for reflection.
A Missouri funeral home client recently had a consumer with a trust funded contract cancel their prearranged funeral and request a refund.
When Keith Davidson and his partner started the California Trust, Estate, and Probate Litigation blog almost ten years ago they thought of it as yet another way to market themselves online. Now he views it completely differently.