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Monthly Archives: April 2020

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Green v. McClintock: A Case of Competing Wills and Undue Influence

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Most people’s wills do not contain major surprises. Even if the deceased person does not show their will to any family members while they are alive, they usually leave their estate to their closest relatives. If someone else other than a spouse, son, daughter, sibling, niece, or nephew is to inherit a large share… Read More »

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The Castruccio Case: A Dispute Over a Codicil to a Will

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

As long as you are alive, the terms of your will are not set in stone. Revising one’s will at least once is the rule rather than the exception. For this reason, disputes sometimes arise when family members or other people listed as personal representatives bring differing versions of the will to court for… Read More »

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The Owners of Two Businesses Signed a Partnership Agreement, but Then One of Them Started Treating the Other Like a Tenant

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Things get complicated when small businesses get big. One of the most memorable episodes of Reading Rainbow featured the book Little Nino’s Pizzeria, about a family that owns a small neighborhood restaurant. An investor approaches Nino and convinces him to open a bigger restaurant, but while customers enjoy Big Nino’s as much as its… Read More »

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What the Coronavirus Economic Panic Means for Your Estate Plan

By Tobin O’Connor & Ewing |

Even if you are an expert at avoiding media hype, you can’t avoid noticing that the novel coronavirus, COVID-19 has almost everyone worried, even though only a few cases have been reported in the United States. In crowded places like malls and Metro stations, you probably see more people wearing surgical masks than you… Read More »

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