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Ernie Banks Estate, Part 4: Citations to Discover and Recover

By Jeffrey R. Gottlieb |

Cubs legend Ernie Banks died nearly 4 months ago, but his estate continues to make headlines as new facts and twists trickle out in the legal wrangling between his caretaker and his family. The ultimate battle has yet to begin — a will contest has not yet even been filed — but the battle… Read More »

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Contingent Fee Agreements in Estate Litigation

By Jeffrey R. Gottlieb |

Occasionally I am asked if I can accept a contingent fee arrangement to represent a client in an estate-related matter.  A contingent fee means that the attorney’s fee is based on a percentage or fraction (e.g. 1/3) of the amount recovered for the client.  No recovery means no fee.  This type of arrangement is… Read More »