Pierce Atwood attorneys Molly Liddell, Eric Wycoff, and Griff Leschefske will participate in a two-day program sponsored by the Maine State Bar Association's Elder Law and Trusts & Estates Sections.
On May 6, firm partners Eric Wycoff and Griff Leschefske will present the program, “Contested Probate Litigation: Risks for the Estate Planning Practitioner.” Attendees will learn about the substantive and strategic risks that arise in contested probate litigation and best practices for addressing and reducing those risks.
On May 7, Molly Liddell, Chair of Pierce Atwood’s Trusts & Estates Practice Group and a member of the event’s planning committee, will participate in a discussion on “The Maine Uniform Trust Decanting Act: Understanding the New Tool in a Trustee’s Toolbox.” This program will address common law decanting, provide an overview of the Act, and review practice examples of how the Act can be used to modify otherwise irrevocable trusts that have become outdated or otherwise problematic.
Please click here for more information on these sessions and the rest of the two-day program.
Molly Liddell works with high net worth families and individuals on their estate planning. She has extensive experience with business succession planning particularly in the context of estate planning for owner/entrepreneurs anticipating a liquidity event or business transition. She also drafts prenuptial agreements and is on the firm's probate litigation team.
Eric Wycoff successfully represents companies and individuals involving commercial disputes, probate litigation matters, environmental matters, and bankruptcy matters.
Griff Leschefske focuses his practice on estate planning, charitable giving, and probate, trust, and fiduciary litigation, in which he represents individuals, families, fiduciaries, and institutional clients in all aspects of trust and estate planning, administration, and controversy.