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Digital Article: Too Busy To Die

“Separation is very important,” Kestenbaum said. “Don’t tie these people together. Utilize neutral persons in roles if there is a concern with disputes. If there are multiple parties involved with competing interests, then perhaps a neutral party should be the one overseeing the estate. And if it’s not a neutral party, put it in dispute resolution. So if there is an argument or a dispute, there could be provisions in the documents to decide how the disputes are resolved.”

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Have We Got It All Wrong?

Avi Z. Kestenbaum, co-chair of Meltzer Lippe’s Trusts & Estates Department, and associate Amy F. Altman, pose a series of important high-level questions for trusts

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