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June 10, 2019

Disputes amongst family-members and loved ones are always gut-wrenching, but especially so when they emerge in the literal moments, hours, or few days after the passing of a beloved.

Unfortunately, these disputes are all too frequent -- and at ALF, we have been involved...

May 17, 2019

Estate-planning clients! It’s always a good time for a quick check-in.

(1) Have you updated your beneficiary designations for investment accounts, life insurance, and other beneficiary-designated accounts? If you purchased a revocable (living) trust, did you update your...

November 2, 2018

Today, the North Carolina Bar Association's CLE Publications Department released the state's ever Fiduciary Litigation Manual. First of all, terrific work by Christian Perrin as managing editor, who shepherded together this enormous process and delivered tremendous wor...

March 24, 2017

In Mecklenburg and Cabarrus counties, elder attorneys have been encouraged by a heightened commitment in local district attorneys to explore and prosecute criminal charges in cases of elder exploitation. 

When the law was updated on December 1, 2013, Mike Anderson publi...

February 24, 2017

There’s an analogy, often applied in the context of coaching, that a “chef is only as good as her ingredients.”  Even mastermind strategists and coaches can only go so far without talented players to implement their game plans.  The same can be true in crafting your es...

February 14, 2017

In our consultations, we spend a great deal of time talking with clients about value propositions: how can we approach a case in a way that delivers the overall best value, even if that means seeking an early compromise. As often as not, that analysis results in us cou...

January 2, 2017

Mike Anderson, who was a court-appointed Guardian ad litem for an elderly Mint Hill woman victimized by elder exploitation, testified this summer as a key witness for a prosecution in a case that resulted in a rare felony conviction for elder exploitation.

The matter, f...

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There’s an analogy, often applied in the context of coaching, that a “chef is only as good as her ingredients.”  Even mastermind strategists and coach...

"Only as Good as the Ingredients" - Selecting Fiduciaries for your Estate Plan

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