Lawyers for Legal Ghosts: The Legality and Ethics of Representing Persons Subject to Guardianship by Nina A. Kohn, Catheryn Koss

Nina A. Kohn, Syracuse University College of Law, and Catheryn Koss, University of Kansas Gerontology Center, have made available for download their paper, “Lawyers for Legal Ghosts: The Legality and Ethics of Representing Persons Subject to Guardianship.” The abstract reads,

A person subject to guardianship has been judicially determined to
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The Presumption of Resulting Trust and Beneficiary Designations: What’s Intention Got to Do with It? by Jason Michael Chin, Archie Rabinowitz, Aoife Quinn

Jason Michael Chin, Archie Rabinowitz, and Aoife Quinn, of Dentons Canada LLP, have made available for download their paper, “The Presumption of Resulting Trust and Beneficiary Designations: What’s Intention Got to Do with It?” The abstract is provided,

When opening an RRSP or RRIF, investors typically designate a beneficiary. We

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‘Inheritance Families of Choice’? Lawyers’ Reflections on Gay and Lesbian Wills by Daniel Monk

Daniel Monk, Birkbeck College – School of Law, has made available for download his article, “‘Inheritance Families of Choice’? Lawyers’ Reflections on Gay and Lesbian Wills.” The abstract is as follows,

This article presents the findings of research about the will‐writing practices of gays and lesbians. It develops a conversation
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