On July 3, 2008, Attorney Patti Spencer, of Lancaster, PA, unveiled her new Pennsylvania Fiduciary Litigation blog, hosted by LexBlog. Patti describes herself as "a trusts and estates lawyer and expert witness."
Patti's credentials & experience are impressive. She is a fellow member of the American College of Trust & Estate Counsel. Also, she is a prolific writer, as evidenced by her published books and her weekly “Taxing Matters” column that appears in the Lancaster Intelligencer Journal. Thus, she is well-qualified to become a "blogger".
Through her test period for the blog and to the present, ten postings appeared on her blog. Already she has addressed difficult issues arising in elders' disputes or fiduciary litigation, including:
- Eccentricity is Not Incapacity
- PA Supreme Court reverses Superior Court AGAIN
- Documenting Testamentary Capacity
- Capacity to Make Will
- Probate Predators: Some fairy tales hit too close to home
- Can beneficiaries sue the writer of a will?
- Disinheritance and In Terrorem Clauses
I am pleased that this PA EE&F Law Blog is found among her personal choices. I have added a link to her blog in the sidebar here, with respect.
I am certain that Patti will make great contributions online in her periodic commentaries on legal developments affecting Pennsylvania fiduciaries.