Guidance from the Bench: The 12th Annual Trust & Estate Litigation Seminar (April 2015) [15498-MP3 / 15498-FSV]

Guidance from the Bench: The 12th Annual Trust & Estate Litigation Seminar (April 2015) [15498-MP3 / 15498-FSV]

 
Original Program Date: April 22, 2015
Duration: 6 hours, 10 minutes
Credits: Ethics: 1.00, Law & Legal Procedure: 5.25
 
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An outstanding faculty of all three King County Superior Court Probate Department Commissioners, a Court of Appeals judge, a UW Law School professor, and local practitioners at the top of their game - share their perspectives on how to avoid, and how to prevail in, trust and estate litigation:

  • TEDRA procedure, practice, and fallout
  • Duties of the fiduciary - and how to stay out of the crosshairs
  • Tips for estate planners hoping to avoid litigation
  • Will contests: the unique intersection of the Will Contest Statute and TEDRA
  • The revolving door of nonprobate/probate assets
  • Preview of the new ACTEC commentaries on the Model Rules of Professional Conduct
  • An inside look at the appellate screening process - plus a summary of the most significant decisions in the last year
Program Co-Chairs:
Carl J. Carlson - Tousley Brain Stephens PLLC, Seattle
Thomas M. Keller - Thomas M. Keller PS, Seattle

This seminar was recorded on April 22, 2015, in Seattle, WA.

Full program agenda and faculty
Coursebook (408 pages) table of contents
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