Jeanes v. Bank of America, 296 Kan. 870 (Kan. Sup. Ct. 2013)

(decedent died with a gross estate of almost $39.5 million; her estate paid estate and inheritance taxes of almost $22 million; suit was brought against attorney who drafted estate documents for malpractice; court held that claim did not arise until after decedent’s death; because it did not accrue until after decedent’s death, claim not viable under state’s survival statute; suit dismissed).