Movies and Estate Planning Law: Brewster’s Millions

Based upon George Barr McCutcheon’s 1902 novel of the same name, Brewster’s Millions is the story of Minor League Baseball pitcher Monty Brewster (Richard Pryor).  Though unintended, the story is a useful lesson in estate planning. Well, we’re going to use it for that purpose anyway and how North Carolina laws apply to estate planning, wills and such. So here’s the story, Monty and his friend, Catcher Spike Nolan (John Candy) are happy playing for the minor league Hackensack Bulls (who happen to have a railroad running through the outfield!).  Read more