13th Annual Trust and Estate Litigation Seminar (April 2016) [C16498]

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Seminar Date: April 22, 2016
List Price:$70.00
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This seminar took place on April 22, 2016, in Seattle, WA.
ESTATE PLANNING/PROBATE | LITIGATION | ELDER


Product Description:


Get an inside perspective from all three King County Probate Department Commissioners on handling TEDRA issues, including tips and traps as well as walk through an illustration of a TEDRA action from both sides.

Topics include:

  • Catch up on the latest case law updates
  • Learn about trust and estate disputes on appeal
  • Get practical advice on mediation of trust and estate disputes from two mediators
  • Discover what everyone needs to know about vulnerable adult actions
  • Explore many issues regarding GALs in litigation
  • Take a deep dive into the ethical complications of conflicts of interest


Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Case Law and Legislative Updates
Sarah B. Bowman


Chapter 2: Trust and Estate Disputes on Appeal
Catherine W. Smith


Chapter 3A: Tips, Traps and Transitions in Trust and Estate Litigation Practice
Commissioner Nancy Bradburn-Johnson


Chapter 3B: Tips, Traps and Transitions in Trust and Estate Litigation Practice
Commissioner Henry H. Judson III


Chapter 3C: Tips, Traps and Transitions in Trust and Estate Litigation Practice
Commissioner Carlos Velategui


Chapter 4: Mediation of Trust & Estate Disputes: Views from Two Professional Mediators
Kathleen A. Wareham
Commissioner Eric B. Watness (Ret.)


Chapter 5: Civil Remedies to Combat the Financial Exploitation of Vulnerable Adults
Karen M. Thompson
Carol S. Vaughn


Chapter 6: The Role of the GAL from Appointment through Discharge
Jean L. Gompf
Craig E. Coombs


Chapter 7: Conflicts of Interest Here, There and Everywhere
Hon. John P. Erlick


Chapter 8: Illustration of a TEDRA Action from Both Sides
Karen R. Bertram
Deborah J. Phillips


Chapter 9: Rules of Professional Conduct (Table of Rules)




Coursebook contains 228 pages