Georgia In Terrorem Provisions

Two New Georgia In Terrorem Provisions Help Explain the Concept

We have written about Georgia¬†in terrorem provisions before. Almost exactly three years ago, we described a then-recent court case in which two estate beneficiaries asked for authority to file a future action challenging the administration of a probate estate. The personal representative, pointing to the “no contest” (in terrorem) provision in the will, argued that…

Election!

Election!

It’s election season. Maybe you already knew that. Actually, by the time you hear this podcast episode you’ll likely know how things turned out. We didn’t know when we recorded, but we did know how we would adapt. The bottom line: we know the election will have a big effect on us (individually and collectively)…