July 16, 2018
A common misconception about Article 81 guardianship proceedings is that medical evidence is of primary importance to the court’s determination of whether an alleged incapacitated person is, in fact, incapacitated. Read More >
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November 10, 2016
A tenant’s failure to strictly comply with the lease’s insurance requirements could result in an incurable breach, lease termination and eviction. Read More >
Jordan Brooks Breach of Commercial Lease
April 18, 2016
The “special circumstances” test provides a means to balance the interests between the testator’s wish to deter a will contest and the ability of an beneficiary subject to an interrorem clause to gather information regarding a potential objection. Read More >
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