By Adam J. Gottlieb
The duty of an
executor includes marshaling, or obtaining control over, the estate's
assets. In certain circumstances, the
executor cannot get control over all estate assets because another person may
have possession of an asset. If the
executor believes that another person...
By: John G. Farinacci
Estate disputes have been called "divorces of siblings." Although sibling disputes over their parent's estates are common, there are many other relationships that result in estate disputes as well. However, the point of the saying is well taken in that complex family...