Wall St. Journal:  “Days after New York attorney Arthur Kramer died unexpectedly at age 81, members of his family seated in a lawyer's office were told that in his final years, he had taken out $56.2 million in life insurance.  There was a catch: They weren't the beneficiaries. . . . The case set off a legal firestorm involving five courts, three insurance companies and investors . . . .”

If lawsuits had slogans, . . . “this one's would be ‘Dad was a crook—and could we please have the money?'”