The Fiduciary Litigation Landscape, State and Federal Law's Impact on Settlement Agreements, and Other Topics To Be Addressed at ALI CLE Progr
By: ALI CLE
Representing Estate and Trust Beneficiaries and Fiduciaries will offer attendees perspectives of a broad-based national faculty and insights for representing the colliding interests of lawyers and settlors, beneficiaries and fiduciaries, and among beneficiaries – an often overlooked area in traditional trust and estate programs. Lauren J. Wolven of Levenfeld Pearlstein, LLC of Chicago joins the faculty this year as a Planning Co-Chair, bringing a fresh perspective to the programming. The conference's unique learning culture encourages personal connection while challenging opposing views to yield logic-based resolutions. This year's course will analyze a broad range of topics, including fiduciary litigation (developments and settlement), litigation strategy, drafting techniques, and addresses ethical concerns.
Other topics to be addressed include:
· Celebrity estates
· Trustee issues
· Drafting settlement agreements
· Non-judicial settlement agreements
· Trust taxation
"At its core, this program is about probate-related controversy—
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