Archive for the ‘Passing of trustees’ and executors’ accounts’ Category

Love in the Age of Expectation

Thursday, September 15th, 2011

In two cases decided in 2010, the Court considered whether it was appropriate for an attorney for property to pay herself for care services provided to an aging parent.  In Barberi v. Triassi Estate, Justice Mulligan harshly criticized the actions of a co-attorney for property and care.  Her mother’s power ...

When to Serve the Public Guardian and Trustee

Friday, June 10th, 2011

The Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee has multiple functions and involvement in a diverse range of legal proceedings.  Most estate practitioners are familiar with the requirements that the Public Guardian and Trustee be served with applications to appoint guardians of property and person and for court approval of settlements involving a ...