Matthew Bender Practice Guide: California Trust Litigation
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Matthew Bender Practice Guide: California Trust Litigation, a one-volume looseleaf practice guide, provides detailed, practical, up-to-date, and authoritative information on litigating disputes arising out of the creation and operation of trusts in California. Key topics include:
• Proceedings attacking the validity and/or existence of a trust (trust contests).
• Disputes involving the ownership of trust property.
• Petitions for instructions relating to the operation of a trust.
• Compelling a trust accounting.
• Suits involving claims of breach of duty or malfeasance by the trustee.
• Removal of a trustee.
• Related matters such as financial abuse of an elder or dependent adult by a trustee, case evaluation, ethical issues, the recovery of trustee and attorney's fees in litigation, and the mediation and settlement of trust disputes.
Trust litigation can be a highly lucrative field for California attorneys. However, it presents unique issues and procedures that set it apart from other types of general civil litigation, and presents many pitfalls for the unwary and inexperienced. This publication gives estate planners and general civil litigators the basic guidance that they will need to expand their practice into trust litigation, as well as serving as a handy reference source of up-to-date practice information for experienced estate litigators.
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• David W. Baer, J.D. (Ch. 5)
• Dawn Hall Cauthen, J.D.(Ch. 9)
• Kristen E. Caverly, J.D. (Ch. 1)
• James P. Cilley (Ch. 7)
• Susanne B. Cohen, J.D. (Ch. 11)
• Linda S. Durston, PhD, J.D. (Ch. 12)
• Michelle C. Glasser, J.D., LLM (Ch. 9)
• Margaret M. Hand, J.D. (Ch. 15)
• Jerry R. Hauser, J.D. (Ch. 10)
• Kay E. Henden, J.D. (Ch.16)
• J. Lee Johnson, J.D., LLM (Ch. 6)
• Fiona Newell Kaufman, J.D. (Ch. 11)
• Jayne Chong-Soon Lee, J.D., LLM (Ch. 4)
• David D. Little, J.D. (Ch. 14)
• Michael B. McNaughton, J.D. (Chs. 3, 5)
• S. Andrew Pharies, J.D. (Ch. 9)
• Zachary R. Rayo, J.D., LLM (Chs. 8, 13)
• Michele K. Trausch, J.D. (Ch. 3)
• Timothy F. Winchester, J.D. (Ch. 2)
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Table of contents
Ch. 1. Representing the Beneficiary -- Defining Client's Goals and Managing Expectations
Ch. 2. Representing the Trustee -- Defining Client's Goals and Managing Expectations
Ch. 3. Evaluating Ethical Issues
Ch. 4. Handling Jurisdiction, Venue, Standing, Statute of Limitations, Notice, and Law and Motion Issues
Ch. 5. Contesting or Defending Validity of Trust or Trust Amendment under Prob. Code § 17200
Ch. 6. Challenging or Defending Action by Settlor’s Agent Under Power of Attorney
Ch. 7. Asserting or Defending Claim Regarding Ownership of Trust Property
Ch. 8. Filing or Opposing Petition Regarding Internal Affairs of Trust Under Prob Code § 17200
Ch. 9. Seeking or Opposing an Account
Ch. 10. Asserting or Defending Claim Against Trustee for Breach of Trust or Breach of Fiduciary Duty
Ch. 11. Asserting or Defending a Claim of Financial Abuse of an Elder or Dependent Adult Against Trustee
Ch. 12. Seeking or Opposing Removal of Trustee
Ch. 13. Filing or Opposing Petition for Modification or Termination of Trust Under Prob Code § 15403, 15404, 15408, or 15409
Ch. 14. Asserting or Opposing Trustee Compensation Claims
Ch. 15. Paying, Defending, and Objecting to Trustee's Attorney’s Fees and Fee Shifting in Trust Litigation
Ch. 16. Mediation and Enforcing Settlements