Morris Nichols Team Secures Pro Bono Victory in Property Transfer Dispute

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The Court of Chancery is often called upon to resolve Delaware familial conflicts involving the estate of a loved one. In April 2023, Morris Nichols attorneys Jennifer Ying, Elizabeth Mullin Stoffer, and Rachel Tunney tried a pro bono case before Magistrate Molina which sought to unwind a property transaction of an elderly man based on undue influence by one of his daughters.

On Friday, February 9, 2024, Magistrate Molina issued a final report, finding in favor of our client. Jen, Liz, and Rachel provided pro bono legal services to our client in order to achieve this favorable result.

Morris Nichols actively encourages all of our lawyers to become involved with public service from the start of their careers, whether through volunteerism or community support. Learn more about Morris Nichols’ Pro Bono & Community Service.

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