Newsletter

Disinheritance of Adult Child With Disabilities Leads to Lawsuit

OCTOBER 21, 2013 VOLUME 20 NUMBER 40 Suppose you have two children. Your daughter is very capable, very mature, very responsible. Your son has a developmental disability, or a drinking problem, or just problems handling money. What should you do with any inheritance you leave to your son? Put it in a trust? Make your …

Disinheritance of Adult Child With Disabilities Leads to Lawsuit Read More »

Decedent’s Family Permitted to Challenge Validity of Marriage

OCTOBER 7, 2013 VOLUME 20 NUMBER 38 Though we do not handle divorce cases at Fleming & Curti, PLC, we do find ourselves dealing with divorce, annulment, child support and spousal maintenance issues from time to time. One common question we see involves late-life marriages between a (sometimes) confused senior and a (sometimes, but not …

Decedent’s Family Permitted to Challenge Validity of Marriage Read More »

Court Reviews Fees Charged by Fiduciary and Attorney

SEPTEMBER 9, 2013 VOLUME 20 NUMBER 34 There is a lot going on in Arizona with regard to the fees charged by guardians, conservators, trustees, personal representatives — and their attorneys. There has been quite a bit of controversy in news articles (particularly, but not exclusively, in the Phoenix area) and online. Professional fiduciaries have …

Court Reviews Fees Charged by Fiduciary and Attorney Read More »

Scroll to Top