Advanced Issues (and NEW Rules) in Probate and Estate Planning
Intermediate to advanced issues in probate, trust, billing and fees, drafting and forms, guardianship, conservatorship and estate planning will be discussed by experts in the field and judges.
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2009 New Arizona Trust Code and Statewide Probate Rules of Procedure - Effective January 1, 2009
The New Arizona Trust Code - History and Overview
Extension of Creditor Protection for Life Insurance Cash Values, New Trust Protector Provisions and Direct Trust, Ability to Modify or Terminate a Trust, New Total Return Unitrust Provisions, Significant Expanded Spendthrift Provisions, Rights of Creditors of Beneficiaries Under Arizona Trust Code
The New Arizona Trust Code - An Analysis of Selected Provisions
Retroactivity, Notice and Reporting Provisions, Creation, Modification and Termination of Trusts, Spendthrift and Creditor Provisions, Rule Against Perpetuities, Governing Law and Interpretation of Trust Agreement, Remedies and Damages for Breach of Trust and Limitation of Liability of Trust, Certification of Trust
Selected Recent Legislation and Cases
New Arizona Probate Cases, Estate TAx Cases and rulings, New Arizona Legislature,New Arizona Divorce Cases, New Arizona Probate Rules of Procedure, Purpose and Scope of Rules, How 37 Rules Are Grouped, "Probate Cases vs. "Probate Procedure", Confidential Documents vs. Confidential Information, Duties Owed to the Court, Non-Appearance Hearings, Applications, Motions, and Petitions, Contested Probate "Proceedings"
Arizona Tort Law Handbook, 2012 $185*
Contributing Editors: Steven Plitt & Steven J. Gross
Covers a broad spectrum of tort law in Arizona. Topics discussed range from basic torts (such as fraud and assault) to more complicated torts (such as products liability and medical malpractice). This handbook is an invaluable reference tool for Arizona lawyers, including discussions on many pertinent issues, including:
Attorney Tort Liability | Insurance Bad Faith | Construction Defects
Conversion | Defamation & Libel | Design Professional Liability | Dog Bite Liability | Dram Shop Liability | Emotional Distress Employment Torts | Fraud | Health Care Liens | Medical Malpractice Negligence Products Liability | Punitive Damages | Tortious Intereference with Contracts | Wrongful Death and more.
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Charles Dyer, Dyer & Ferris LLC
Jerome K. Elwell, Warner Angle Hallam Jackson & Formanek PLC, Phoenix
Ronald F. Larson, Larson Law Office PC, Sun City
Lisa Price, Entrust Fiduciary Services
Gary Strickland, General Litigation
Michael J. Tucker, Michael J. Tucker PC