The supreme art of war is to subdue your adversary without ever firing a shot. When it comes to family matters this principle is golden. Litigation involving family member betrayal can get messy. It’s painful to learn a family member has breached their fiduciary duties as trustee by favoring themselves over other beneficiaries. If war can be avoided, war must be avoided. To that end war is best avoided by preparing for it. As my father said, get your ducks in a row. A properly prepared meritorious case will cause any intelligent adversary to settle out of court – or face the consequences. The Living Trust Source Litigation Division recommends that you talk to a lawyer who understands the supreme art of war.
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