June 14, 2022
Rolling Stone Magazine discusses a new filing, the latest in a series of ongoing efforts by Libra Max to have more say in her 84-year-old father's case as he suffers the effects of Alzheimer's-related dementia.
Schlam Stone & Dolan's Jeffrey Eilender represents Libra Max. According to Eilender, "Peter Max did not seek guardianship, Mary Max did. Peter Max never objected to having his beloved daughter as guardian and that notion is ridiculous -- Peter was never given a choice as to who his guardian would be. In Peter's estate planning, he named his two children as the people he wanted caring for him and making medical decisions for him; Peter does not want to be cared for by a stranger and has said this repeatedly since Lissner's appointment."
Read the Rolling Stone story here.