The May 14th issue of the Stamford Advocate contains a cautionary story by Julie Jason about the perils of becoming a fiduciary. While you will really have to be incredibly unlucky to suffer the fate of Monsignor Bolduc’s executor, this article really underscores the need to act quickly to retain competent counsel and learn exactly what a fiduciary’s rights and responsibilities are (you needn’t accept the apppointment if it seems too fraught with danger). Meanwhile, the finding of the Connecticut probate court seems a bit far-fetched and it would appear that the appellant’s chances are rather good. We will see.