For more than 25 years, attorney Alan Fanger has served clients in a wide variety of matters. He frequently represents trust beneficiaries, persons who have been disinherited from wills or excluded from trusts, and heirs or beneficiaries who claim that an executor or trustee abused their powers. He is also a successful professional malpractice attorney and veteran real estate dispute litigator.
Alan has written and lectured about these issues to bar association groups, he writes a blog about probate litigation, and has written several articles regarding litigation matters involving professional malpractice, probate, and real estate disputes. He also serves as an arbitrator in disputes involving unrepresented parties, most notably in probate and condominium matters.
- J.D. – Boston University School of Law (1986)
- B.A. – University of Michigan (1981)