Family Law News and Insights

Worried That A Sizeable Estate Or Trust Gift Was Procured By Undue Influence?

Published: Jun 01, 2019
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Do you have a loved one who recently passed away and you are concerned that their will or trust was procured by undue influence? Although the law on undue influence has not evolved much since the seminal Florida Supreme Court case of In re Estate of Carpenter in 1971, the greying of the...

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Riding The Pre-IPO Wave To Estate Planning

Published: May 21, 2019
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The news has been highlighting the upcoming wave of initial public offerings (IPOs), and as these successful startups are preparing for their impending major liquidity event, there is tremendous buzz focused on how the market will be affected. However, because many startups begin their life cycle with a few founders,...

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How Long Is Child Support To Be Paid?

Published: Apr 30, 2019
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The length of time that a parent must pay child support, or a parent can receive child support, varies by state. So it is extremely important that one look to the applicable state's law when addressing this issue. Tennessee's law is similar to many other state laws. In Tennessee, as...

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