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Zimmerman v. Zirpolo Trust: "Conflicts Of Interest" For Personal Representatives—A Closer Look

A parent may represent and bind the interest of their minor child, provided there is no conflict of interest between the parent and the child with respect to a particular question or dispute. Once acting in the representative role, the parent may inv… Read More
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Categories: Publications, Trusts

The CAUV Election: A Fourth Bite at the Estate Tax Apple

This article is an extension of the article written by James K. Leonard, Esq., The Leveraged Exclusion Amount: Still the Best Way to Reduce Ohio State Taxes for Married Clients, which was published in the September/October 2003 edition of Probate Law… Read More
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Categories: Estates, Publications

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