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December 2018 Archives

California Gambling Trustees | Breaking Bad on Fiduciary Duties

Gambling Trustee Beneficiary Rights.jpgCalifornia heirs and beneficiaries expect that trustees, estate representatives and executors will act as good and prudent fiduciaries. When these fiduciaries fail and take money belonging to trust beneficiaries, they may be subject to civil and even criminal penalties. There are several cases in point.

Estate & Trust Litigation Videos | Hackard Law's Work Recognized

Estate Trust Litigation Videos.jpgIt's easy to believe at the beginning, middle or even long into a journey that we are "chasing the wind" - engaged in a futile task with nothing gained. This feeling easily accompanies an effort to reach out to people with video presentations. J.P. Mark, a noted research analyst and author of several books, captures this attitudinal predilection in his recently published article Making Magic: Why Lawyers (And Other Professionals) Don't Post More YouTube Videos. Mr. Mark notes:

Stepmothers & Estates | Triggers for Conflict

Stepmothers Estate Lawsuit Triggers.jpgConflicts between stepmothers and biological children over estate and trust assets have become a familiar feature of litigation in California superior courts. Only a certain proportion of these disputes make it to the legal arena, but they're part of a continuing trend that's worth noticing.

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