Lawyer Rod Cunich tells how best to protect will from excluded grandchildren.
Can siblings contest new will drawn up by stepfather after the death of their mother? ...
What are the pitfalls in house legacy plan? Proceed with caution, says Rod Cunich.
Steve fears his ex-daughter-in-law may be able to make a claim on his estate.
Does Barbara need to update her will after her husband’s death?
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