Presenters:  Peter Walsh, Barry White, Aaron Foley, von Briesen & Roper, s.c.

When a person dies, their family has numerous ways to challenge the estate planning, if any, done by the decedent. Some disputes may be sibling squabbling or a way to express a lifetime of distrust. A spouse and children from a previous relationship may disagree about who is entitled to what assets of the decedent. Although such conflicts may seem superficial or simple in the eyes of the parties, the litigation of such issues are complicated and fact intensive. Issues and Remedies in Inheritance Litigation will discuss some common disputes that arise in estate litigation and offer suggestions on how to remedy them. 

• How do you address the transfer of funds through a joint account?

• When is it necessary for trustees to couple distributions with trust receipts and releases?

• What’s the best approach for addressing property division issues between a surviving spouse and children from a prior marriage?

Credit: 1.5 CLE credits
Length: 75
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