Dr. Says Nelson Mullins Atty Knew Plan To Treat Kids Equally

By Carolina Bolado (June 22, 2022, 10:19 PM EDT) -- The patriarch of a wealthy Florida family suing its Nelson Mullins estate planning attorney took the stand Wednesday, telling jurors he took steps to minimize a windfall for one of his five children and made it clear to his attorney that he wanted to treat all of his children equally.

At trial in Fort Lauderdale, Dr. Steven Scott said he and his attorney Carl Rosen at Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP made various attempts to fix an imbalance in trusts that allowed his eldest son, Rob Scott, to reap $46 million more than his siblings.

Steven Scott said at the...

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