Susan Link Provides Commentary to New York Daily News Article Titled, "Prince died without any evidence of a will, judge determines"
"The court order being signed today does not mean that Prince actually died intestate," Susan told the Daily News."
Howard Tarkow to be Honored with 2016 Sidney Barrows Lifetime Commitment Award by the Cardozo Society
Created in memory of Sidney Barrows, the award is given annually to a "senior" attorney or judge in the Twin Cities who exemplifies excellence in his/her practice, community service in the Jewish and general community, and life-long learning.
Maslon Welcomes Attorney Kevin Rockwell to Its Estate Planning Group
Kevin's experience further strengthens Maslon's capabilities in key areas of practice for our clients.
Susan Link Provides Commentary to Associated Press Article Titled, "Prince's Sister Says Musician Had No Known Will"
"If he left no will or trust, divvying up his fortune could get complicated," Susan shared.
21 Maslon Attorneys Recognized as 2015 North Star Lawyers by the Minnesota State Bar Association
The North Star Lawyer program recognizes MSBA members who provide 50 hours or more of pro bono legal services per year to those who otherwise could not afford representation.
Haley Schaffer Selected as a 2016 Women in Business Award Winner by Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal
This year's honorees were recognized for their professional achievements, leadership and contributions to the broader Twin Cities community.
Amy Swedberg Elected to the Board of Directors of Depart Smart
Depart Smart's vision is for every youth and student going abroad to have safe, rewarding experiences in an industry held to the highest standards with zero preventable deaths and injuries.
Susan Link Interviewed on 680 CJOB Radio Regarding the Curious Circumstances Surrounding Prince's Estate
"It was 6 days after [Michael Jackson] had passed away that someone finally produced his will," Susan shared.
Susan Link Interviewed by Cathy Wurzer on MPR News Regarding the Process for Sorting Out Prince's Estate
Susan shares that the deadline for producing a will is three years, adding "it's a long time actually."
Maslon Welcomes Attorneys Peter Hennigan and Susan Markey to the Firm
Peter and Susan will further strengthen Maslon's capabilities in key areas of practice for our clients.
Susan Link Provides Commentary to ABC News Regarding Potential Heirs to Prince's Estate
The article reports that in Minnesota, "a person with a verified claim to be Prince's child would zoom to the front of the line for his estate." Susan states, "a child would trump the siblings."
Susan Link Provides Commentary on Prince's Estate for MPR
Following the tragic news of Prince's death, Susan was contacted by Minnesota Public Radio to provide commentary for an article examining the legendary musician's estate.
Susan Link Provides Commentary to CBS News Regarding the Six Siblings Involved in Settling Prince's Estate
Susan stated she "doesn't think any of the lawyers involved will 'fan the fire' of any discord among the siblingsā€¦," adding "If the siblings can't agree, the personal representative will be going to court a lot."
Susan Link Interviewed for New York Daily News Article about Possible Heir to Prince's Estate
"If paternity can be determined by clear and convincing evidence through DNA, the child would be recognized as Prince's sole heir and receive the assets through intestate succession," Susan stated.
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