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New Jersey Estate & Trust Litigation

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For many lawyers, venturing into estate litigation is much like arriving for a week?GVs stay in Barcelona without a tour guide. They find themselves in unfamiliar territory. Where to start? ?GvGerald C. Escala, Ret. Superior Court Judge, Bergen CountyKe

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For many lawyers, venturing into estate litigation is much like arriving for a week?GVs stay in Barcelona without a tour guide. They find themselves in unfamiliar territory. Where to start? ?GvGerald C. Escala, Ret. Superior Court Judge, Bergen CountyKeep the lid on the family feuds by giving sound legal advice for various actions likely to be encountered in probate litigation. It?GVs all here in once place to learn or locate. Whether you are preparing a will and related documents, or engaged in probate litigation,  New Jersey Estate and Trust Litigation  will navigate the case law, unpublished decisions and procedure you?GVll need to knowReorganized,updated, and reissued as an eBook, New Jersey Estate and Trust Litigation  contains hyperlinks to the full text of cases, statutes and other authoritative content.Contains sample documents and forms for your practice.NEW THIS EDITIONDiscussion of the newly enacted New Jersey Uniform Trust Code and its impact on estate and trust litigationChapters Include:General Concepts in Estate LitigationGifts (Inter Vivos Transfers)GuardianshipsLitigation Involving IntestacyLitigation Involving WillsLitigation Involving Non-Probate AssetsDivorce, Annulment and DeathMiscellaneous Probate ActionsIssues Unique to Trust LitigationFiduciary Duties, Obligations and LiabilitiesAccountingPre-Trial IssuesTrialSettlementAppeals About the Contributor Rita M. Danylchuk is counsel to Gibbons, P.C. and a member of the Corporate Department and Chair of the Trusts and Estate Practice Group. She represents numerous clients in all areas of trust and estate planning, charitable giving and estate administration. Danylchuk is a Certified Public Accountant in New Jersey (currently inactive) and a member of the Bars of the States of New York and New Jersey. She has lectured frequently on estate planning and estate administration and published numerous trusts and estates articles. Danylchuk earned her J.D. from Washington University School of Law, her L.L.M in Taxation from New York University and her B.S. from Boston College.