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Alan Parry Leads Discussion on Fiduciary Litigation

Alan Parry Leads Discussion on Fiduciary Litigation


Alan Parry was invited to lead a group discussion on fiduciary litigation at a September 7, 2018 session of the “Fall Un-Program” put on by the North Carolina chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (“NAELA”) in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. Topics of discussion included legal, practical, and strategic issues that commonly arise in guardianship proceedings, will contests, and disputes relating to trusts and powers of attorney.

NAELA is a non-profit association whose members are experienced and trained in working with the legal problems of aging Americans and individuals of all ages with disabilities. NAELA’s mission is to educate, inspire, serve, and provide community to attorneys with practices in elder and special needs law.

Alan Parry and Michelle Walker have significant experience handling estate and fiduciary litigation, including will caveats, in counties all across North Carolina. If you or your family become involved in a dispute regarding a will, trust, or power of attorney, or if you have questions or concerns about the competency and well-being of a loved one, please give us a call at 919.246.4676 for a free initial consultation.

Alan Parry
Alan Parry
aparry@ptwfirm.com

Alan Parry has significant experience handling all types of civil disputes, whether in state court, federal court or arbitration. Alan began his career handling complex commercial litigation matters for large corporate clients, first at a firm with offices around the world, and then as a partner at one of the largest law firms in North Carolina.