I had the opportunity to be a guest on the Bill Good Show on May 31st which was a lot of fun. A description of and an audio link to the interview are below:
THE WORST FIGHT OF ALL
What could be uglier than children fighting over their dead parent’s estate? Not much… but it’s happening more often than you think. These fights can get vicious, often landing brothers and sisters in court. What are the rules that govern what happens to big assets when someone dies? If they leave a will, shouldn’t that be binding in accordance with their wishes? Or are there loop holes that allow children and other family members to make a claim on their will?
NICOLE GARTON-JONES, ESTATE LAWYER, HERITAGE LAW