While many estate planning and litigation issues relate to how parents intend to divide and distribute their estate amongst their adult children, an increasing trend is developing whereby the adult children must financially support their parents in their golden years.
Proving Capacity and Undue Influence: How to Obtain Medical Records As Evidence in Your California Trust or Will Lawsuit
How do you prove lack of capacity or undue influence without the past medical records of the decedent? Simply put, you don’t. Without the medical records your Trust or Will lawsuit will be dead-on-arrival at trial.
There is going to be a boom. I am not referring to an oil boom, nor the boom made by an explosion, but an inheritance boom. Given this impending inheritance boom, it is important that people are made aware as to how they can properly protect themselves.
When an IRA account owner dies, his or her designated beneficiary can choose to withdraw the account or maintain the IRA as an “Inherited IRA.”
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.