John Sutton’s Will: Bending the Arc of History Towards Justice in the Probate Court
Our guest for this episode, Terrence M. Franklin, shares an incredible story of a Last Will and Testament from 1846 that played a very important role in his family history. He hopes that telling this story can help bend the arc of history towards justice.
About Our Guest:
Terrence M. Franklin is a partner at Los Angeles based firm Sacks Glazier Franklin & Lodise. He is a seasoned attorney with nearly three decades of experience handling trust and estates and probate litigation, disputes and appeals. Terry is also a member of ACTEC (the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel) and was the immediate past Chair of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee. He’s also served as Chair of the Diversity Committee of the Real Property Probate and Trust Law Section of the American Bar Association. He can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Our Host:
Host Anna Soliman is Trust Counsel and Managing Director for Fiduciary Trust International of California out of the Los Angeles Office. Prior to joining Fiduciary Trust International, Anna was an estate tax attorney for the Internal Revenue Service and also worked in private practice, specializing in estate planning and trust administration for ultrahigh net worth individuals. She is also a TEXCOM member and is involved with the Fiduciary Income Tax Section of the American Bar Association.
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