Death Care Law Blog
February 26, 2011
Maybe it’s a response to shrinking state budgets, or the fact that the tracking of preneed funds is becoming more effective, but state and local prosecutors are assuming an expanding role in the enforcement of preneed laws.
If trusts are found to be deficient or empty, regulators seem to be more willing to turn the matter over to a prosecutor who has a vested interest in protecting voters with an empty preneed account.
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