To the surprise of the judge in the case at a recent hearing 22 lawyers stood up to make an appearance. As costly as it is to have a lawyer appear in court, it is almost certain there is an even greater cost in paying all of the lawyers who did not appear in court but who are likely working on the case in the large law firms that represent the parties.

Public relations firms are also profiting from the situation as they have been hired to help control the narrative in the media.

Many of the difficulties presented by this case can be avoided by guidance from an estate planning attorney.

Philip J. Kavesh
Nationally recognized attorney helping clients with customized estate planning guidance for over 40 years.
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