Daniel Bernard was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article in regard to people leaving states with high state and
Twomey Latham offers clients trial attorneys with many years of experience in successfully litigating trusts, estates, and conservatorship disputes in New York’s courts including the Surrogate’s Court.
The firm’s attorneys possess in-depth knowledge of estate planning and administration issues, as well as the substantive law and unique procedures applicable to probate and trust disputes. That knowledge has allowed the firm to competently and successfully represent parties in a broad range of litigated estate matters including contested accountings, disputes over closely held corporations and stockholder’s agreements, competency, undue influence concerns in probate contests, discovery proceedings, simultaneous death issues, abandonment of a spouse, a spouse’s right of election, and kinship proceedings.
News & Insights About Estate Litigation
The end of June is an exciting time in the United States Supreme Court, because the Court issues many of
I have written articles in the past pertaining to Florida estate and tax planning, “Estate Planning for Snowbirds” and “Domicile:
In New York State when a person reaches age 18, typically high school graduation age, that person is now considered