ATTORNEYS FOR APPELLANTS        ATTORNEYS FOR APPELLEES

STEPHEN B. CAPLIN                KARL L. MULVANEY
JULIA A. HUDSON                 BRIAN W. WELCH
Caplin Park Tousley & McCoy            Bingham McHale LLP
Indianapolis, Indiana                Indianapolis, Indiana

MARVIN J. FRANK                STANLEY J. PARZEN
ROBERT M. HAMLETT                  JAMES C. SCHROEDER
Frank & Kraft, P.C.                    Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw
Indianapolis, Indiana                Chicago, Illinois


IN THE
SUPREME COURT OF INDIANA
JASON L. INLOW, HEATHER N. JOHNSON,        )

JEREMY H. INLOW and SARAH C. INLOW,           )
                                              )
    Appellants (Plaintiffs below              ),            )  49S05-0302-CV-91
                                              )  in the Supreme Court
        v.                                    )
                                              )  49A05-0105-CV-225
ERNST & YOUNG, LLP and GREGORY P.         )  in the Court of Appeals
GOOCH,                                        )
                                              )
    Appellees (Defendants below               ).            )


APPEAL FROM THE MARION SUPERIOR COURT
The Honorable Gerald S. Zore, Presiding Judge
Cause No. 49D07-9908-CT-1193


May 21, 2003

Per Curiam.
    The Court of Appeals held in this case that heirs to an estate had standing to file a free-standing lawsuit against the estate’s accountant for malpractice and negligence, to which action the personal representative could later become substitute plaintiff. Inlow v. Ernst & Young, LLP, 77l N.E.2d 1174 (Ind.Ct.App. 2002).

    We granted transfer, thereby vacating the opinion of the Court of Appeals. Ind. Appellate Rule 58(A).

    The parties have now filed a stipulation indicating that all pending matters between them have been settled. While we have occasionally issued opinions on matters already settled by the litigants, here, we elect to grant their request that the appeal be DISMISSED.

    All Justices concur, except Sullivan, J., who is not participating.