A client calls and says that a family member was acting as an agent for a now deceased family member. Lo and behold, the client says there's no money left in the deceased’s accounts. Or maybe you represent a trustee or fiduciary, and a rogue beneficiary claims that they’re owed more from the estate. Now what?
Death and Dysfunction: Annual Fiduciary Litigation Update will use real-world case studies to illustrate how to assess potential claims against agents, trustees, or other fiduciaries. The facts are real; names are not — they’ve been changed to protect the not-so-innocent!
A lively update
In addition to reviewing recent notable developments in fiduciary litigation, you’ll review strategies for:
- Prosecuting claims against agents, trustees, and other fiduciaries
- Mitigating risk and taking preemptive measures when defending claims against fiduciaries
- Avoiding common ethical missteps
Attendees of the live webcast will also be able to test their estate litigation acumen throughout the program via anonymous polling.*
Be better prepared to prosecute or defend fiduciaries accused of wrongdoing with tips from Death and Dysfunction: Annual Fiduciary Litigation Update.
*Polling features will be disabled for webcast replays and CLE OnDemand, but poll results will still be shared.