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Should I Contest a Will or Trust?
Posted August 12, 2015

Should I Contest a Will or Trust? Provided By: Alan G. Orlowsky The death of a beloved friend or family member can be a time when those who loved the decedent draw closer to one another in celebration of the decedent’s life and legacy. Conversely, it can also be a time where tensions between surviving […]

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Arthur Conan Doyle’s Estate Files Lawsuit
Posted July 20, 2015

Arthur Conan Doyle’s Estate Files Lawsuit Provided By: Alan G. Orlowsky The heirs of the estate of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes, filed a lawsuit to halt the production of an upcoming film depicting the latter years of the character’s life. Entitled Mr. Holmes, the estate is claiming that the movie infringes […]

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Joliet Alumnus Establishes Charitable Trust
Posted July 09, 2015

Joliet Alumnus Establishes Charitable Trust Provided By: Alan G. Orlowsky The Joliet Township High School Alumni Association named Gary Lichtenwalter as its 2015 Distinguished Alumnus at the district’s Salute to Service Partnership Recognition event in May. As an alumnus, Mr. Lichtenwalter has established a charitable remainder trust aimed at providing Joliet high school students the […]

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Special needs Trusts – Estate Planning
Posted June 11, 2015

Anyone Could Have Special Needs Provided By: Alan G. Orlowsky A special needs trust is specially designed to hold the inheritance of a beneficiary, and to be used for needs above and beyond those covered by government programs. These trusts contain instructions that allow the Trustee to meet the needs of the beneficiary, but prohibit […]

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