Michelle Chapin’s Article on the Use of Arbitration Causes in Trusts is Published by the MSBA’s Estate & Trust Law Section
Michelle Chapin, a Principal in Paley Rothman’s Estate Planning department, authored an article titled "(Un)Enforceability of Arbitration Clauses in Maryland Trusts" in the MSBA's Estate & Trust Law Section Newsletter Volume 29 Issue 1.
The article discusses considerations surrounding the use of arbitration clauses in trust agreements in Maryland compared to other jurisdictions, including their enforceability and utility.
The full article, "(Un)Enforceability of Arbitration Clauses in Maryland Trusts," may be accessible through the MSBA’s website.
Michelle Chapin is a Principal in the firm's Estate Planning, Estate & Trust Administration, Tax, and Corporate practice groups, advising individuals, families, and small business owners regarding their estate and gift planning needs. Michelle works closely with her clients to create comprehensive and customized estate and business succession plans to achieve their tax and non-tax wealth preservation objectives.