DiChello serves as course planner and faculty member for special PBA CLE program on trust litigation at the Barnes Foundation

DiChello serves as course planner and faculty member for special PBA CLE program on trust litigation at the Barnes Foundation
The Art of Trust Litigation: Amending, challenging and modifying trusts in PA
May 13, 2016

Amanda DiChello, a partner and Co-Chair of the Private Client Practice, serves as course planner and faculty member at a special PBA CLE program at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia on May 13, 2016.  This program will bring together Orphans’ Court practitioners, judges, and the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General to discuss  trust litigation, including trust challenges, the Cy Pres Doctrine and charitable trust litigation, and trust modification and non-judicial settlement agreements. The event begins with lunch at 12:00 p.m. and will conclude at 3:45 p.m.

Amanda joins a panel comprised in part of the Honorable Stanley R. Ott of the Montgomery Court of Common Pleas, Orphans’ Court Division, and Senior Deputy Pennsylvania Attorney General,  Lawrence Barth, in a discussion about trust litigation.  The program will also contain a discussion of the In Re: the Barnes Foundation cases, including the Montgomery County Orphans’ Court decision which allowed the relocation of the Barnes Foundation’s priceless art collection from Merion, Pennsylvania  to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Barnes decision is a monumental Orphans’ Court case for trust and estates lawyers and art lovers alike.

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