Still alive, Tamposi trust legal wrangling heads to federal court
The trust was built by Samuel Tamposi Sr., one of New Hampshire’s most successful developers, who died in May 1995, but not before splitting his fortune – worth nearly $21 million at the time, and almost $150 million by the end of 2008 – in separate but equal trusts to his six children.
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