12th Annual Trust & Estate Litigation Seminar (April 2015) [C15498]

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Seminar Date: April 22, 2015
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This seminar took place on April 22, 2015, in Seattle, WA.
LITIGATION | ESTATE PLANNING | REAL PROPERTY | All Levels


Product Description:


Get an inside perspective from all three King County Probate Department Commissioners on handling TEDRA issues, including procedural questions and discussion of the landmark 2014 Anderson v. Dussault decision.

Plus:
Catch up on the latest case law updates with insight from the Appellate bench
Learn pitfalls and practice pointers for working with fiduciaries
Hear tips for avoiding estate litigation
Dive into key issues in will contests
Get a preview of the upcoming ACTEC Commentaries on the Model Rules of Professional Conduct
Review recent ethics cases and opinions from around the country in the trust and estate field
Gain new insights into laws governing nonprobate assets



Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Case Law Updates with Insight from the Appellate Bench
Adrienne McEntee
Hon. Michael J. Trickey, Judge


Chapter 2A: TEDRA Procedure, Practice, and Fallout
Hon. Carlos Y. Velategui, Commissioner


Chapter 2B: TEDRA Procedure, Practice, and Fallout
Hon. Nancy Bradburn-Johnson, Commissioner


Chapter 2C: TEDRA Procedure, Practice, and Fallout
Hon. Henry Judson, Commissioner
*No materials were submitted for this portion of the program.


Chapter 3: The Duties of a Fiduciary in Washington State -- Pitfalls and Practice Pointers
Sean A. Russel


Chapter 4: How Did I Find Myself in a Reality TV Show? Tips for Estate Planners Hoping to Avoid Estate Litigation
Dawn S. Spratley


Chapter 5: Will Contests
Suzanne C. Howle


Chapter 6: Preview of the Upcoming Fifth Edition of the ACTEC Commentaries on the Model Rules of Professional Conduct: What has changed since 2006?
Professor Karen E. Boxx


Chapter 7: Fiduciaries in the Crosshairs: Common Claims Against and Bases for Removal of Fiduciaries
Teresa R. Byers


Chapter 8: The Revolving Door of Nonprobate-Probate Assets
Christopher C. Lee




Coursebook contains 408 pages