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$1,350,000 Settlement

$1,350,000 Settlement

$1,350,000 Settlement

 In re Estate of Gilletts, $1,350,000 recovery for elderly couple killed in motor vehicle and truck collision, and dispute related to that recovery. 

$350,000 Judgment

$1,350,000 Settlement

$1,350,000 Settlement

 LeBlanc v. Wells Fargo, Ohio Supreme Court decision leading to the recovery of an IRA worth approximately $350,000 due to a beneficiary dispute between siblings and spouse of the decedent. 

$301,000 Settlement

$1,350,000 Settlement

$301,000 Settlement

 Estate of Robert Harris, court settlement of over $301,000 when estate administrator filed a surcharge action against prior fiduciary for wrongdoing. 

$285,000 Judgment

$285,000 Judgment

$301,000 Settlement

 LeGore v. Chapman-Harris, verdict of over $285,000 when prior estate administrator failed to include minor beneficiary of the decedent in the estate. 

$200,000 Verdict

$285,000 Judgment

$200,000 Verdict

 Ritchie v. Green , verdict of over $200,000 in damages for concealment of estate assets and breach of fiduciary duty against prior administrator and his brother. 

$101,000

$285,000 Judgment

$200,000 Verdict

 The Guardian Life Insurance of America, $101,000 judgment regarding beneficiary in a life insurance dispute. 

$98,602.67 Recovery

$98,602.67 Recovery

$98,602.67 Recovery

 In re Estate of Abshire, $98,602.67 recovery for father of deceased child, when mother contested the wrongful death allocation between them. 

$75,000 Recovery

$98,602.67 Recovery

$98,602.67 Recovery

 Estate of Rontae Driscoll, holding $75,000 to siblings regarding wrongful death allocation dispute. 

$35,000 Recovery

$98,602.67 Recovery

$135,000 Judgment

 Western-Southern Life Assurance Co. v. Locket, $35,000 recovery and split of life insurance policy between two competing beneficiaries. 

$135,000 Judgment

$135,000 Judgment

$135,000 Judgment

Judgment against fiduciary power of attorney in changing beneficiary of $130,000 life insurance policy, concealing $7,000 of cash from decedent's account and personal property.  In re Estate of Shasteen. 

$145,000 Judgment

$135,000 Judgment

$145,000 Judgment

Judgment affirmed on appeal when deceased ward under guardianship named two beneficiaries of his home upon death.  Decedent's son objected to the transfer on death but granddaughter and her mother prevailed.

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