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John Hutson Elected Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel

Young Moore is pleased to announce estate litigation attorney, John N. Hutson, Jr., has been elected as a Fellow of the American College of Estate and Trust Counsel (ACTEC) by its Board of Regents. ACTEC is a national organization of approximately 2,500 lawyers elected to membership by demonstrating the highest level of integrity, commitment to the profession, competence, and experience as trust and estate counselors. To become a member, lawyers must have more than 10 years of experience in the active practice of probate and trust law or estate planning. ACTEC members, “Fellows,” are the best and brightest in the trust and estate practice, with decades of experience representing and advising families.

John has over thirty years of litigation experience with a primary focus on helping individuals and families navigate estate, trust and guardianship matters. This includes dealing with difficult issues relating to the death of a family member, disputes arising out of an estate plan or will contest, and matters relating to the guardianship or care of a parent or child. He has successfully assisted the children of elderly parents who are dealing with the effects of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. He has also helped families deal with the damaging impact that the breach of a fiduciary duty can cause.

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