Beyond the Will

  • Our Most Frequently Asked Questions in Fiduciary LitigationApril 29, 2022


    Who can bring an action in Fiduciary Litigation?

    A common question in Fiduciary Litigation is who exactly can bring a lawsuit. In other words, who can be the Plaintiff or Petitioner? The legal question is whether or not an …

  • How Do I Protect My Generous, Impaired Grandparent?April 14, 2022

    Picture this: your beloved grandfather hands out cash gifts to his three grandchildren every year on their birthdays. Each grandchild receives $100 every year like clockwork. Then, one year, your grandfather gives your cousin $1,000. The next month, he again …

  • Five Common Questions About Estate Plans AnsweredMarch 31, 2022

    Estate planning can be confusing for many. It can be daunting to contemplate your own demise, but there are many reasons it is important to have an estate plan. An estate plan can prevent placing a larger burden on your …

  • Does My Family Member Need a Conservator? What Would That Look Like?March 16, 2022

    Alex Harrington, Burns & Levinson

    It can be difficult to talk with loved ones about protecting their assets or managing their financial affairs. Even if you have been assisting your loved ones with their finances for some time, it can be quite emotional and even …

  • I Have a Secret Relationship. How Do I Include Them in My Estate Plan?March 02, 2022

    Patricia Malley of Burns & Levinson

    Typically, when couples put together an estate plan, they do so jointly with a single attorney representing both spouses. It is more cost-efficient, allows for open discussion with all parties, and ensures there are no conflicts within the estate plan …

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