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Another Type of Combination

July 25, 2018

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Another Type of Combination

July 25, 2018

Authored by: Luke Lantta

After seven years of blogging about all types of fiduciary litigation cases on bryancavefiduciarylitigation.com, we are excited to announce a change that we think more comprehensively provides information about fiduciary matters and better reflects the type of information our readers want.  This blog will be combining with Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner’s Private Client blog: trustbclp.com.  One blog that covers a broader range of fiduciary matters – planning, life, death, taxes, litigation, and disputes – streamlines our readers’ browsing experiences and better reflects the collaborative approach that Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner takes to fiduciary disputes, where dedicated fiduciary litigators work closely with our planning team to best serve our clients.

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Gov. Deal signs “Trust Code Technical Amendments Act of 2011”

July 11, 2011

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On May 12, 2011, Governor Nathan Deal signed SB 134, which made a number of technical corrections to the Georgia guardianship and trust codes, corrected terminology, and updated cross-references within the codes. In addition, the bill allows natural guardians of children to consent on behalf of a beneficiary if there is no conflict of interest. The full text of the bill is located here.

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