New Year in Surrogate's Courts: Off to a Running Start

, New York Law Journal

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In her Trusts and Estates Update, Ilene Sherwyn Cooper, a partner with Farrell Fritz, reviews recent decisions involving the scope and definition of the qualified privilege that attaches to material prepared in anticipation of litigation, whether the disclosure requirements of SCPA 2307-a applied to a non-domiciliary attorney/fiduciary so as to preclude him from receiving a full statutory commission, and more.

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