Jill Enders is joined by TuckerAllen estate planning attorneys Missy Shands-Manning and Nina Windsor to discuss the tragic case of former Zappo’s CEO Tony Hsieh, who recently died without leaving a will or trust for his estate.
The group gives their reactions to this case and discuss whether Mr. Hsieh should have sought a conservatorship or guardianship, why Mimi Pham and her boyfriend paid a $750k settlement to the family, the role a special administrator plays in cases like this, how the case could be impacted if a will is found after the estate is settled, whether they expect criminal charges filed against Mr. Hsieh’s inner circle, and more.
If you have any questions about estate planning or elder law, get in touch with an attorney at TuckerAllen.
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