Probate Stars summarizes the facts of Archer v. Mills and how the Wyoming Supreme Court addressed whether heirs of a decedent can intervene in a wrongful death action brought by the wrongful death representative. The article further explains why a beneficiary in Wyoming can’t intervene in a wrongful death action because of how Wyoming law only allows the action to be brought by the appointed wrongful death representative.
See Probate Sources Summary by clicking Wyoming Supreme Court – Beneficiaries Cannot Intervene In Wrongful Death Action
See original opinion by clicking Archer v. Mills
Posted by Anthony Tran, Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journa