The Problem: A parent who died young left a life insurance policy for the benefit of their infant child. After turning 18, that child was excited to collect the money – held in conservatorship – so he could pay for college without taking out loans. Instead, the child learned that a trusted family member had drained the account years earlier.
Our Solution: Attorney Anne Brown was successful in pursuing a judgment against the family member, recouping the value of the surety bond, and restoring the deceased parent’s legacy.
The Results: Now that child is enjoying college without unnecessary financial strain.