New Jersey Estate & Trust Litigation
New Jersey Estate & Trust Litigation is designed as a guide to assist practitioners who are venturing into the world of trust and estate litigation, as well as to keep seasoned trust and estate litigators informed regarding updates and changes in the law.
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New Jersey Estate & Trust Litigation is designed as a guide to assist practitioners who are venturing into the world of trust and estate litigation, as well as to keep seasoned trust and estate litigators informed regarding updates and changes in the law. This volume is available online and in eBook formats with hyperlinks to the full text of cases, statutes and other authoritative content. Also included is an appendix with relevant forms, which are also available online for you to use in drafting your documents. Key topics covered include litigation involving intestacy; litigation involving wills; litigation involving non-probate assets: gifts; guardianships; divorce annulment and death; fiduciary duties, obligations and liabilities; accounting; unique trust litigation issues: pre-trial and trial issues; settlement; appeals.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1: General Concepts in Estate Litigation
Chapter 2: Gifts (Inter Vivos Transfers)
Chapter 3: Guardianships
Chapter 4: Litigation Involving Intestacy
Chapter 5: Litigation Involving Wills
Chapter 6: Litigation Involving Non-Probate Assets
Chapter 7: Divorce, Annulment, and Death
Chapter 8: Miscellaneous Probate Actions
Chapter 9: Issues Unique to Trust Litigation
Chapter 10: Fiduciary Duties, Obligations, and Liabilities
Chapter 11: Accounting
Chapter 12: Pre-Trial Issues
Chapter 13: Trial
Chapter 14: Settlement
Chapter 15: Appeals
Table of Cases