Some of my favorite blog topics come from headlines. In this week’s edition, we explore the fate of fortune that resulted from the 1990 discovery of a Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton. The family made a modest fortune from the sale of the skeleton. In a tale as old as time, now that both the parents have died, the children are fighting over the family fortune. It’s unclear whether the fight itself or the fact it could have been avoided is more unfortunate. My friend and colleague Tereina Stidd, an estate planning expert, looks into the matter. Read on to learn more.
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