Eckell Sparks Releases Podcast Episode 5 – The Estate of Robert Baratheon

November 5, 2017

Media wills and estates lawyers discuss the fictional death of Robert BaratheonChristopher Brown and Rachel Kemmey of Eckell Sparks have released a new episode of their continuing podcast series, The State of Estates. In this lighter episode, Chris and Rachel are joined by litigation attorney Matthew Bilker to discuss the highly controversial (fictional) death of Robert Baratheon, a character on the popular HBO series, Game of Thrones. The discussion focuses on a scene from the show in which Ned Stark assists Robert, who is close to death, in writing his last Will and Testament.

Visit this link to listen to the podcast: Episode 5 – The Estate of Robert Baratheon

For a full list of episodes, click here.

The Media wills and estates lawyers at Eckell, Sparks, Levy, Auerbach, Monte, Sloane, Matthews & Auslander, P.C. assist clients in a variety of legal matters, including drafting of wills, commercial litigation, family law matters, and personal injury claims. To arrange a consultation at our West Chester or Media, Pennsylvania office, call 610-565-3701 or submit an online inquiry. We assist clients throughout Pennsylvania, including those in Norristown, Chester County, Delaware County, and Montgomery County.


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