Gregory Monday

Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren Attorneys at Law

Attorney Gregory Monday is a shareholder in the law firm Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren.  Mr. Monday represents mid-market family companies and their owners with respect to governance, ownership, and succession issues.  Mr. Monday teaches business law classes as an adjunct professor at the University of Wisconsin Law School.  He is a co-chair of a subcommittee on the Governance of Private and Family-Controlled Companies in the Business Law section of the American Bar Association, and he is a fellow in the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, where he serves on the Business Planning committee. Mr. Monday has been listed in the directory of The Best Lawyers in America® since 2001, and is Peer Review Rated as AV® Preeminent™ in Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review rating system.  

Court Approves Easy Probate Avoidance for Real Estate
The Court of Appeals held that a deceased settlor had successfully conveyed his real estate to his revocable trust through a general statement in the trust instrument purporting to transfer to the trust all of his “real and personal property,” even though he didn’t sign separate deeds of conveyance for the real estate.
Drafting in a Parallel Universe
A recent case centered on an estate’s right to seek reimbursement of estate taxes from recipients of non-probate assets.
Keeping Up With Philip Seymour Hoffman
A tragic death underscores the importance of having a lifelong relationship with your client.
Dime Store Stock Costs Litigants Millions
John T. Brooks and Gregory Monday discuss the recent Knox decision and its implications for fidicuiaries everywhere
Happy Family Inc. 
Gregory F. Monday offers seven rules to assist in tackling the thorny issue of business succession planning
Attorney Disbarred After Trying to Sell Annuities to Elderly Client
According to the Florida Supreme Court, an attorney’s activities fall under ethical disclosure rules whenever he participates in a business transaction with a client, even if he’s not a principal (for example, buyer or seller) in the transaction.
Supreme Court Unanimously Rules That State Law Can Define Family Relations for Federal Program
Gregory F. Monday outlines the possible ramifications of the unanimous decision in Astrue v. Capato
Filing Follies
Keep a keen eye on each state’s obligations for establishing and dissolving business entities
Settlor Incompetence and The Trustee's Quandary 
It can be difficult on a personal level to watch a client, whom you may have known for years, begin to lose his mental capacity. But if that client is
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