When is Enough, Enough? Judicial Trustee Removal and Trolan v. Trolan (As seen in California Trusts & Estates Quarterly)
Thursday, September 16, 2021
In 2019, the Court of Appeal published an opinion regarding the probate court’s sua sponte removal of co-trustees. Trolan v. Trolan, along with prior case law, provides important insight into the issue of trustee removal. Hoge Fenton attorneys Denise Chambliss and Ariel Siner will provide analysis and insight into the issue of trustee removal with recommendations for Dos and Don’ts in either petitioning to have a trustee removed or defending a trustee removal action.
You will receive one hour of General Law MCLE Credit for attending this event. MCLE certificates will be made accessible to attendees in the week following the event.
Cost: $20 for Estate Planning & Probate Section members and $30 for non-members.
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