The Balance of Equities: Murder, the Insanity Plea and Right to Wrongful Death Proceeds

Trusts and Estates law does not generally lend itself to topic glorification. Once in a while, a case comes along to prove this theory. In a case of first impression the Nassau County Surrogate's Court had to determine whether a mother who killed her children and was found not guilty by reason of insanity should be disqualified from sharing in wrongful death proceeds emanating directly from their death.

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