Pa. Justices Ask If Trust Conflicts Warrant Separate Attys

By Matthew Santoni (May 27, 2020, 7:37 PM EDT) -- When conflicts arise between the people running a trust and its beneficiaries, Pennsylvania's Supreme Court justices wondered Wednesday why the parties wouldn't all retain and pay for their own lawyers rather than fight over whether the beneficiaries get to see legal bills paid for by the trust or if they're protected by attorney-client privilege....

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