Hales & Sellers, PLLC, In The Media
Hales & Sellers, PLLC is frequently cited in the news and is interviewed by major news outlets on various cases.
Funeral Home Negligence
One of our cases that captured a lot of media attention is related to a prominent funeral home in Dallas, which was accused of mishandling corpses and cremated remains.
Daily Mail: Celebrity funeral director who stars on TLC reality show “Best Funeral Ever” is sued by 17 families for “desecrating remains”
New York Post: Reality TV funeral director accused of desecrating remains of 17 people
NBCDFW: Family sues Dallas funeral home for “mishandling” loved one’s ashes
CinemaBlend: More than a dozen families are suing TLC star over allegedly mishandling human remains
The Hamden Journal: Reality TV mortician John Beckwith accused of desecrating remains
Dallas Spectrum News: Texas Funeral Service Commission investigating Golden Gate Funeral Home
Washington Post: Funeral home featured on “Best Funeral Ever” accused of losing ashes and letting bodies decompose
News Nation: Funeral home on TLC is sued, accused of mishandling remains
Texas Monthly: The Dallas Mortuary accused of producing the worst funerals ever
National Enquirer: TV funeral director labled an ashhole!
Monet: Astro de reality “funebre” e acusado de profanar restos mortais de 17 pessoas
Lisa Marie Presley Estate Commentary
Daily Mail: As Elvis’ family gather at his iconic home for his daughter’s memorial this weekend, an unthinkable question arises: Will Graceland have to be sold to pay off Lisa Marie’s debts?
Los Angeles Times: Lisa Marie Presley leaves behind a lucrative Graceland… and a complicated financial legacy
Techno Trenz: Lisa Marie Presley’s passing could mean bad things for Graceland
Page Six: Graceland will go to Lisa Marie Presley’s three daughters
Nicki Swift: Lisa Marie Presley’s death may lead to sad fate for Graceland
Forbes: Lisa Marie Preselty deja en herencia un lucrative Graceland… pero un complicado legal financiero
Other Media Mentions And Commentary
Fox News: Jamie Lynn claims Britney Spears could’ve ended conservatorship by moving to a new state, legal experts weigh in
Kiplinger: Prince’s estate is a royal mess: 5 ways you can do better
Kiplinger: Does your estate plan call for more than just a will?
Kiplinger: 4 Tax-smart ways to share the wealth with kids
Wealth Of Geeks: Your guide to estate planning after an unfavorable medical diagnosis
NY Daily News: Lawsuits against police over Texas school shooting would be challenging, legal experts say
Nicki Swift: Lawyers say Anne Heche’s son could face potential hurdles in bid for actor’s estate
Nicki Swift: Lawyers squash concerns Aaron Carter’s son Prince might not inherit his estate
The American Lawyer: South Trailblazers, attorneys Jack Hales and Ryan Sellers featured
Central Recorder: Lawyer says Anne Heche’s child could face potential problems in bid for actor’s estate
USA Today: Amanda Bynes seeks to end nearly nine-year conservatorship
MarketWatch: Amanda Bynes and Britney Spears were both under conservatorships – here’s what you can learn from them
Time: The right auto loan can save you money amid inflation and soaring car prices. Here’s what to know.
Deep Dive With Dr. Tracy podcast: Bioethics in an age of Covid
Gary Heldt Podcast: Grow your business and grow your wealth