Where There's an Inheritance
Rothmann

The Authors

Barry M. Fish graduated from McGill University in the late 1960s with both civil law and common degrees. He is the senior partner in his law firm Fish & Associates, which he established in 1973. He is a member of the Society of Estate and Trust Practitioners and has a lengthy experience in the field of estate disputes. Barry is a co-author of The Family Fight...Planning To Avoid It, and The Family War...Winning the Inheritance Battle. He is a frequent radio and television guest and contributor to various newspapers and magazines. He was the host of the "Protect Yourself" radio show and a frequent guest on the Money Line television show.

He is married and has two children and two grandchildren. Barry can be reached at bfish@fishlaw.ca.

   

Les Kotzer, a Wills and Estates lawyer since 1989, focuses his practice on avoiding and resolving inheritance disputes. He graduated law school on the Dean's list. He is a member of the Society of Estate and Trust Practitioners and is co-author of The Family Fight...Planning To Avoid It, and The Family War...Winning the Inheritance Battle.

Les is also a regular guest on radio and television shows across North America. He has appeared on CNN and Fox News. He has also been featured in publications across North America including Time Magazine, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, The National Post and The New York Times. His website is www.leskotzer.com.

Les is also a professional songwriter. He has written the lyrics for the songs on the CD entitled, "A Family United, A Family Divided." Three of his songs, "These Are Our Heroes", "You Made A Difference ", and "Photos In A Drawer" can be heard on various radio stations. He has a second website dedicated to his songs, www.songwritinglawyer.com. Les can be reached at leskotzer@familyfight.com.

Dear Mr. Kotzer,

It was a joy listening to you on the Jim Bohannon show on more than one occasion. It was important to me to learn something about a field I know nothing about. I believe you to be a credit to the parents who raised you and to the law school who educated you.

Most Sincerely,

Wm. Sigalove MD

 

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