A testamentary trust is one that is created as a result of the terms in a will. When a person dies and has a trust set up in their will, it is often a testamentary type, where all the assets are sold and the remains are vested into the trust. The trust is then split between the beneficiaries. The testamentary trust is the main body of the will in...
Mr. Tarbox practices primarily in business and consumer bankruptcy law. Mr. Tarbox has served as a Chapter 7 Panel Trustee for the Northern District of Texas since his appointment in December, 1993.My experience includes not only more than 20 years as an attorney, but also serving as an international trade executive for a manufacturing firm and president of a sporting goods manufacturing firm for several years. As a former business executive, I understand the financial statements, cash flow projections, and credit aspects that are often paramount to a successful bankruptcy reorganization.
After graduating from undergraduate school, I served for three years in the United States Navy, including a brief tour of duty in Vietnam. Following naval service, I received a law degree and an M.B.A. in finance.
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