Administration of Trusts in Florida
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The revised Eleventh Edition of this perennial bestseller addresses in-depth the Florida Trust Code and subsequent amendments to the Code passed by the Legislature. In addition, this new edition features extensive treatment of all facets of trust administration.
Highlights of the new Eleventh Edition include:
- Updating and discussions of statute references.
- Highlighting or discussion of recent and current case opinions.
- New discussion regarding
- Determining fiduciaries losses
- SECURE Act
- Fees when representing a trustee
- Florida Uniform Directed Trust Act
- Florida Community Property Trust Act
Tax considerations are stressed throughout the text, and are treated in depth in Chapter 12 of the manual. With the explosive increase in the use of trusts by Florida residents, this updated manual addresses a myriad of issues that attorneys practicing in this area are likely to confront on a daily basis.
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The ISBN of the 10th Edition was 9781522178071.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Denis A. Kleinfeld
Chapter 2 Powers, Duties, And Liabilities Of Trustees
Chapter 3 Resignation, Removal, And Appointment Of Successor Trustees
Barry F. Spivey and Cady L. Huss
Chapter 4 Prudent Investor Act
Stewart A. Marshall, J. Clay Singleton, and Neil W. Scott
Chapter 5 Trust Accountings
William R. Swindle and Jon P. Skelton
Chapter 6 Creditors' Rights To Assets In Trust
Jerome L. Wolf
Chapter 7 Lapse, Antilapse, And Descendible Beneficial Interests In Trusts
Chapter 8 Termination And Modification Of Express Trusts
Brian J. Felcoski and Jon Scuderi
Chapter 9 Trust Litigation
Steven L. Hearn
Chapter 10 Qualified Domestic Trusts
Laura Kristin Sundberg and Christine L. Weingart
Chapter 11 Funding Trusts
Charles Ian Nash and Nina Vaghaiwalla Rawal
Chapter 12 Tax Considerations
J. Eric Taylor
Chapter 13 Compensation Of Trustees And Attorneys
Chapter 14 Title Problems and Issues
Chapter 15 Offshore Trusts
Denis A. Kleinfeld
Chapter 16 Charitable Trusts
J. Eric Taylor and Marla Bohlander
Chapter 17 Special Needs Trusts
David J. Lillesand, Marjorie E. Wolasky, and Amy J. Fanzlaw
Chapter 18 The Florida Trust Code
Laura Kristin Sundberg and Andrew H. Thompson