Melissa Osorio Dibble Installed as 2nd Vice President of the Estate and Financial Planning Council of Southern New Jersey

Archer attorney Melissa Osorio Dibble has been installed as 2nd Vice President of the Board of Directors of the Estate and Financial Planning Council of Southern New Jersey (EFPCSNJ). Ms. Dibble was sworn in at the Council’s Annual Installation and Awards Dinner on June 13 at T́ir Na Nóg in Cherry Hill. Ms. Dibble previously served as Secretary for the Council.

The EFPCSNJ was established in 1975 and works to provide a better understanding of services its members offer to the public, to promote awareness and use of financial planning through education, and to promote member interests through sharing of knowledge and expertise.

Ms. Dibble handles all varieties of probate, general equity, and Orphans’ Court matters, including will contests, breach of fiduciary duty actions, trust modifications, and matters involving the Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act and the Slayer Statute. She has represented a variety of institutions and individuals, including banks, universities, executors, trustees, beneficiaries of estates and trusts, and intestate heirs. Ms. Dibble regularly speaks on recent developments in estate and trust litigation and has published articles on the doctrine of writings intended as wills and the Uniform Trust Code.

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