Trusts & Estates

Bjorn-Roli v. Mulligan

Posted on April 14th, 2020

In Bjorn-Roli v. Mulligan,[1] the supreme court held that a trustee using trust funds to maintain trust property her son was staying on free of rent did not require removal even though it was a breach of fiduciary duty. After the death of her parents, Bjorn-Roli was appointed as sole trustee of two trusts with Continue Reading »

Trusts & Estates

Bjorn-Roli v. Mulligan

Posted on April 14th, 2020

In Bjorn-Roli v. Mulligan,[1] the supreme court held that a trustee using trust funds to maintain trust property her son was staying on free of rent did not require removal even though it was a breach of fiduciary duty. After the death of her parents, Bjorn-Roli was appointed as sole trustee of two trusts with Continue Reading »