Protecting Publicity Rights in Estate Planning

The use of the names, images, and likenesses of famous celebrities has value long after they die. Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, Marilyn Monroe, and Babe Ruth all come to mind. However, it is not just the famous, or infamous, that have publicity rights with value. In this tech savvy era, the public is more keenly […]

Deciding Domicile for an Estate: Residence versus Domicile

The estate details of famous actress and comedienne Joan Rivers are largely unknown. The public is aware that she left her $150 million estate to her family, friends, employees, and charities but the provisions are largely unknown because they were placed into a blind trust. However, her will became public when it passed through probate, […]