Covering Your Assets

We live and work in an exceptionally litigious culture. From car accidents to dog bites, to unfruitful business deals, potential liabilities swirl around us like a cyclone. Such fears can often keep individuals up at night. Consumers and Homeowners maintain insurance on their homes and personal property as asset protection used to ward off a […]

Does a “No Contest” Clause in Trust Mean Anything?

I recently helped a family settle a case involving a dispute over who should get the home of their deceased parents. The trust was clear – the home was to be part of the whole estate, and the whole estate was to be divided equally between the children. What was also clear was that the […]