Wills, Trusts, And Estates CLE

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    Quimbee Wills, Trusts, and Estates CLE Online

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    An Overview of Wills, Trusts, and Estates Litigation

    The field of wills, trusts, and estates litigation encompasses a wide variety of issues, including conservatorships, guardianships, will contests, breaches of fiduciary duties, trust modification, allegations of undue influence, or fraudulent conveyances, and testamentary capacity.

    Estate litigation often occurs when the executor or other representative of an estate disagrees with a claim against the estate. Another major area of estate litigation is will contests, in which the potential beneficiary or heir of an estate decides to challenge a will.

    Wills, trusts, and estates litigation is primarily governed by state probate codes. Additionally, there are a number of standards regarding proper fiduciary conduct–such as the Uniform Prudent Investor Act and Uniform Principal and Income Act–by which the practices of fiduciaries are judged. Estate and trust attorneys can work with a variety of clients, including trustees, executors, administrators, guardians, conservators, and all forms of beneficiaries.

    Poorly devised estate plans can lead to some of the most contentious litigation, turning family members against each other. Wills, trusts, and estates lawyers must also understand the psychology of dealing with difficult family relationships and deeply emotional experiences such as death. 

    Who Should Take CLE Courses in Wills, Trusts, and Estates Litigation?

    Trial lawyers who focus on estate and trust issues need to utilize any advantage that can benefit them in the courtroom. A CLE course in estate and trust litigation will keep attorneys on top of the trends in wills, trusts, and estate law and help them build and maintain the knowledge they need to win in court. Lawyers who work in fields such as estate planning, real estate, bankruptcy, and corporate law may face wills, trusts & estates issues. A CLE course in estate and trust litigation is a great way to stay up-to-date on relevant law. Mediators, arbitrators, and negotiators are also often involved in wills, trusts, and estates issues, and could thus benefit from better understanding the latest developments in the relevant law.