Goldman v. Estateof Goldman

By Jenna G. Rubin

This decision deals with an award of attorney’s fees and costs against a party without a finding of bad faith by the trial court.  An attorney, in her capacity as Guardian Ad Litem, inadvertently disclosed confidential financial and medical information of the ward to the ward’s nieces and nephews.

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