Malpractice Claim by Beneficiaries under Trust Amendment not Executed

Beneficiaries named in a trust amendment prepared by a lawyer have standing as third-party beneficiaries to sue the lawyer for breach of contract when the trust amendment was never executed due to an admitted “oversight” by the lawyer.  Estate of Robert H. Agnew v. Ross, 110 A.3d 1020, 2015 PA Super 22, No. 2195 EDA 2014 (2/2/2015), rev’d, No. 76 MAP 2015 (Pa. 1/19/2017).

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