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Closing Bell: Three Year-End Decisions From the Surrogate’s Court

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Hampton Bays to Get Two New Waterfront Eateries as Edgewater Owner Plans Expansion

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Lou Vlahos to Speak on Expert Webcast: Estate Planning for Business Owners and High Net Worth Families Under the New Tax Law

Farrell Fritz partner, Lou Vlahos, will be presenting this...

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What you Need to Know as a Guardian Ad Litem (Live Webcast)

NYSBA CLE PROGRAM Eric Penzer will be a speaker...

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4/18/18 – Webinar – S-Corp Trusts in Estate Planning: Drafting Grantor, Testamentary, QSSTs and Electing Small Business Trusts

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Estate Litigation


Estate Litigation

The litigation surrounding Arthur Sackler’s $140 million estate involved seven executors, 20,000 pieces of art and took more than eight years, but the Farrell Fritz team ultimately succeeded in protecting the clients’ interests.

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