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Trusteeship and Agency: Where do Creditors Fit into the Picture?

By Jill Roamer, J.D. January 12, 2021

Being a Trustee of a trust is no easy task. Trust assets need to be managed, accountings and..

Lessons from an Attorney Disbarment

By Jill Roamer, J.D. December 29, 2020

Reading that another attorney has been disbarred is never good news; we don’t delight in the..

Case Law: Do Plaintiffs have a Private Right of Action?

Determining whether a federal or state statute gives someone a private right of action can be..

Case Law: RLT Trust Property Can be Sold to Pay for Long-term Care

In Jackson v. Montoya, the Wyoming Supreme Court ruled that the successor trustee of a revocable..

Case Law: Mutual Wills and a Subsequent Will—Which One Rules?

By Jill Roamer, J.D. October 19, 2020

National Estate Planning Awareness Week is October 19-25, 2020. To celebrate, let’s take a look..

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