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Huntington v. Aster: Case File

Warren A. Jones, Joseph E. Taylor


  • ISBN: 9781601563347

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    Rose Huntington, the plaintiff, is suing Mark Aster, the defendant, for professional negligence, breach of fiduciary duty, conversion, and set aside of irrevocable trust. Mark helped April, Rose’s daughter, convert Rose’s will into an irrevocable trust. The trust named April as the sole trustee over Rose’s 1.5 million dollar estate. Rose alleges that she didn’t fully understand the terms of the trust when she signed it, and that Mark failed to fully explain the trust’s conditions to her.

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    Disappearance of client
    Publication Date:
    Copyright: 2013
    Pages: 115
    Type: Trial , Civil
    Issues: Breach of Fiduciary Duty
    Level: Advanced
    Number of Witnesses: 2p/2d
    Experts: Expert Witness – Estate Planning
    Paperback: 9781601563347

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