Recent Cases of Interest to Fiduciaries April 2019

In the most recent installment of the McGuireWoods Fiduciary Advisory Services annual multipart series on recent fiduciary cases, developments in the law concerning various topics are examined through the following:

Ali v. Smith, 554 S.W.3d 755 (Tx. Ct. App. 2018). Texas Court of Appeals affirms trial court order holding that arbitration was not compelled under will or Texas Arbitration Act.

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