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Bill Goldberg Speaks on Common Estate Litigation Issues

Litigator Bill Goldberg recently spoke about estate litigation at "Estate Administration Procedures: Why Each Step Is Important," a seminar presented by the National Business Institute. Bill presented information on common issues estate administrators should be prepared for in litigation and probate, including:

  • Title and Discovery of Assets
  • Contested Claims and Contingent Liabilities
  • Marital Agreement Concerns
  • Contested Wills and Alternatives: Is it Valid to Disagree?

Bill Goldberg is a litigator at Lerch, Early & Brewer in Bethesda, Maryland who represents companies and individuals facing a variety of complex commercial disputes. He also represents personal representatives, trustees, beneficiaries, and charitable organizations in estate and trust litigation. His business and litigation background forms the basis of his estate and trust litigation practice. He represents beneficiaries, trustees, and personal representatives in estate litigation involving their rights and obligations under trusts and wills, claims of undue influence, and lack of capacity. He also litigates disputes involving fraudulent conveyances, lifetime transfers, and the removal of fiduciaries.

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