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Seeking Clarity in the Distribution of Mineral Interests from a Decedent’s Estate

USA - July 18 2016 As any practitioner who has dealt with the distribution of mineral interests from a decedent’s estate knows, dealing with these interests can be...

Jessica Schmidt, Andrew J. LeMieux.


Your Fiduciary Duty to Invest “Prudently”

USA - March 14 2016 As promised, this is the second post in a series on the fiduciary duties of a trustee. In the first blog in this series, we discussed the fundamental...


Statutes of limitation in probate litigation: friend or foe?

USA - November 23 2015 Generally, the statute of limitations for the probate of a will or any action related thereto is three years after the death of the testator. See...


Who gets the embryo?

USA - April 27 2015 This has been a busy week in celebrity news, particularly with regard to advancements in assisted reproductive technology and the applicability of...


New year's resolution: more transparency about estate plans

USA - January 2 2015 The holidays are a time when families come together to celebrate and to share in the warmth of the season. It is a time to spend with multiple...