Category Archives: Fiduciary Litigation

Probate and Trust Bill Headed for Haslam’s Desk

Update: Read Public Chapter No. 290 here.

SA0426 which revises a number of areas of the Wills, Trusts and Probate statutes has cleared the Tennessee Senate and is headed to the Governor’s desk.  This bill updates law in the following areas:

When the Estate Plan Goes South: Fiduciary Litigation – Beneficiary versus Trustee.

fiduciary litigationI know you have been hanging on my every word.  I know that you have been wondering what could I possibly be up to that is so important that I don’t have time for you.   I’m sorry.  I never intended to neglect you.  My only excuse is that litigation is taking up more and more of my time.

But Rob, I thought you were an estate planner!  What are you doing in litigation?   That’s an excellent question.

The answer is: Fiduciary Litigation.

What is Fiduciary Litigation you ask?  Another great question.

Well, lets start with what a fiduciary is.   Continue reading When the Estate Plan Goes South: Fiduciary Litigation – Beneficiary versus Trustee.