Mr. Cialone has represented clients in trust and estate litigation involving estates ranging from $5 million to well over $1 billion in value. These matters have included will contests, creditor claims against estate and trust assets, claims against trust for mismanagement or misappropriation of funds, and disputes regarding the control and disposition of trust assets. Among other matters, Mr. Cialone played a central role in the Robertson v. Princeton University litigation, considered among the largest and most significant cases involving donor intent and the use of charitable funds. Frank Cialone represents clients in fiduciary litigation matters, including disputes among partners and other co-owners of closely-held businesses, trust and estate matters, and litigation involving the duties of directors and officers. He represents clients at all stages of disputes, from pre-filing negotiations to litigation through arbitration or trial.
Frank Cialone, Esq.
Shartsis Friese LLP
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