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Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

  • Woman seeks accounting of trust, damages after mother’s death
    The plaintiff and the defendant were sisters, the sole children of their mother, who passed away in 2007 leaving her estate equally to them, with one receiving her share free of trust and acting as trustee of her sister’s share in a “spendthrift” trust. The plaintiff filed various actions in Middlesex Probate & Family Court […]
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    The plaintiff, 63, was at home when an unscheduled delivery of lumber posts was made by the defendant. When the defendant’s delivery driver exited his truck, he encountered the plaintiff at the rear of the vehicle. While the plaintiff was attempting to ascertain why he was there, the delivery driver began to unload one of […]

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