Opinion polling is poor guide to policy as to a decedent’s email accounts, but there are some good approaches under discussion.
The Supreme Court of the United States may rule on the limits of a state’s ability to require disclosure of emails to an executor.
Will recently quizzed us on whether heirs should have access to a decadent’s email accounts. He didn’t specify any other logins, but all are potentially relevant probate issues. This is a thorny knot of issues that his question only grazes. Giving heirs access to just email archives is a lot more complicated than he lets […]
In 2012 my girlfriend Gretchen Gates was subjected to severe abuse by a court appointed guardian. This abuse destroyed her whole life and led to her premature death. I was also subjected to abuse. I could not believe what happened. This cannot happen in the United States of America. Despite a blistering complaint to the […]
For those who care about the future of public transit, the MBTA’s 2040 planning process is an important one to watch and participate in.
House 740, a bill before the Judiciary Committee, would reopen for dispute financial arrangements in many older divorces. I cannot support House 740 and have referred it for further study.