There has been much in the news lately surrounding the sale of the Los Angeles Clippers stemming from the remarks made by the owner, Donald Sterling.
Getting the Goods: How to Obtain Bank Records As Evidence in Your California Trust and Will Lawsuit.
How do you obtain bank records in your Trust or Will matter?
Testamentary Hate Speech?: McCorkill V. Streed, Executor of the Estate of Harry Robert McCorkill (aka McCorkell), Deceased
In a recent decision handed down from the New Brunswick Queen’s Bench, Justice William T. Grant issued a rare judgment declaring a bequest contrary to public policy and/or illegal and therefore void.
As Benjamin Franklin had once famously quoted that the only two certainties in life are death and taxes, it is well known that these are not mutually exclusive.
FL’s First District: In Case of First Impression Appellate Court Rules Successor PR Has Standing to Sue Prior PR’s Attorney for Malpractice
There’s nothing like the threat of a malpractice suit to focus the mind.
The Law Reform Commission of Nova Scotia recently released a discussion paper on Nova Scotia’s Powers of Attorney Act.
The confusing world of Trust and Will lawsuits, it can be quite a quagmire. Especially if you are looking on the internet for information because every state does things differently when it comes to the trust and will arena. Even the term “Probate Court” can mean vastly different things in different states.
A will can be challenged on a number of grounds, including a lack of testamentary capacity, undue influence, lack of knowledge and approval of the contents, or problems with due execution.
“Are they going to dig him up?” asked the daughter of World War II veteran Fred Antflick, upon being informed that a dozen surveyor stakes had been put in the ground of the Jewish cemetery where her father is buried.
Listen to Hull on Estates #380 – Power of attorney. Today on Hull on Estates, Noah Weisberg and David Smith discuss Easingwood v. Cockroft, 2013.