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Fiduciary Duty of Loyalty: Which Interest is Best?

USA - September 11 2017 The term “fiduciary” can be considered a vague term that encompasses many different people and several different relationships. Under Colorado law, a...


Fiduciary Duty to Elect Portability

USA - May 22 2017 The Oklahoma Supreme Court recently upheld a ruling that has required the Personal Representative of an Estate to take the necessary steps to transfer...


New Fiduciary Act Brings Both Progress and Uncertainty

USA - January 17 2017 You may have previously read on this blog about digital assets, the impact they have on the administration of trusts and estates, the need for...


A Killer Cannot Profit from His or Her Own Wrong

USA - September 12 2016 Common law provides that a killer cannot profit from his or her own wrong. This policy underlies what is known as the "Slayer Statute." The Colorado...

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Is Any Family at Risk for Competency Disputes?

USA - April 25 2016 Casey Kasem (famed American Top 40 DJ), Tom Benson (owner of the NBA’s Pelicans and NFL’s Saints), and Sumner Redstone (controlling shareholder of...