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Image by Karolina Grabowska from Pixabay Undue influence is the improper use of power or trust in a way that deprives a person of his or her free will and substitutes another’s…
Natalie Wilson to present at the American Bankruptcy Institute’s Consumer Practice Extravaganza
Bankruptcy specialist Natalie Friend Wilson will present “Contingency Planning, Risk-Reduction and Other Security Considerations” which will discuss the various issues that attorneys may encounter, including cybersecurity, privacy protection, power outages, physical security compromises, mobile device loss, natural disasters, cloud-computing recovery, the continued management of remote workers and office tech.
UNANTICIPATED WEALTH TRANSFERS LEADING TO FAMILY FUEDS
Wealth transfer takes place in many ways, some intended and some unintended. Traditionally, someone’s last will and testament was the ultimate expression of their final intent. Over the past few decades there has been a push to “avoid probate”, which works in some cases but can have surprising implications after death.