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Highlights of the December 2015 Contra Costa Lawyer Estate Planning & Probate edition include articles on conservatorships and guardianships, financial elder abuse, probate, trusts and more.
All she could think about was trying to wrangle those flying monkeys through a probate court. The truth is, navigating a probate does not require a wizard.
Sometimes petitioning the court for a conservatorship is necessary for the highest level of protection for an individual in need.
Guardianship of the person and/or estate provides us the opportunity to protect children who would otherwise be subject to harmful or detrimental living conditions.
The Judicial Council directed a survey on various facets of the state’s judicial system. Among the many hundreds of comments received, some of the ones relevant to probate practice are as follows…
The limited conservatorship process, by its nature, requires everyone involved to focus on the soon-to-be-adult’s disabilities.
The new local rules, taking effect January 1, 2015, are substantially revised and entirely reformatted, and will more closely follow the structure of the California Rules of Court.
While not perfect, the 2015 changes to the Probate Local Rules certainly represent a positive, collaborative effort. The public comment period is open through September 8, 2014.
The division experienced no structural changes during the past year. The same level of resources should be available for the division in the coming year.
“…for better for worse…in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, till death us do part.”
Judge David Goldstein’s pupilage group put on a thrilling display of Family Feud. Cleavers v. Kardashians! On one side, you had the show of the 1950s, Leave It to Beaver. On the other hand, you had the show of the 2010s, Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
Judge Mockler’s pupilage group put on a rousing, energetic Jeopardy-like contest centered around animal law.
A threatening statement was provided in three different contexts: rap song, YouTube video and Facebook post. How does the law handle this?
This Inns group showcased how not to act in front of judges. Whether you are being extremely rude or extremely obsequious, judges do not really need either.
Please welcome Steven Derby, Oliver Greenwood, Dorian Peters and Summer Selleck to the CCCBA Board of Directors.
Meet the section chairs and find out how being a member can enhance your practice…
For this issue, we have a 1930 Philadelphia Athletics lineup of writers here to provide you with all-encompassing elder law information.
The California Probate Code gifts practitioners many tools that can be pivotal in helping trust litigators with resolving trust disputes.
By having the tools to recognize and remedy acts of financial elder abuse, we as practitioners can help protect some of society’s most vulnerable individuals.