, December 02, 2023
Today, I thought of a book I would like to write, which would be titled, "Estate of Confusion in New York."
The more I learn about the law, in general, and trusts and estates law in New York, in particular, the more I see things that aren't intuitive or obvious, that are unclear, or that are unresolved.
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Lawyer and writer. Husband, father of daughter, son, brother to one brother and two sisters, uncle to eight nieces and nephews, and great-uncle. Has two dogs and two cats. Loves technology and music.
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