End of Blockbuster Year in Trusts and Estates Law

, New York Law Journal

In her Trusts and Estates Update, Ilene Sherwyn Cooper, a partner with Farrell Fritz, reviews recent decisions involving the removal of a fiduciary, the late filing of objections to probate of the decedent's will, a petition by a corporate fiduciary for advice and direction, a request to apply the anti-lapse statute to the residuary clause of a decedent's will, and more.

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Originally appeared in print as End of Blockbuster Year in Shaping Trusts and Estates Law