SMBA Probate and Trust Section Presents
Outer Boundaries: The Perplexing Tale of Standing in Probate Court
This presentation will explore the boundaries of standing in probate court, which varies from type of proceeding and/or petition. We will specifically cover standing for conservatorship establishment, substituted judgment, and Probate Code Section 850 petitions; trust petitions including trust contests; and power of attorney proceedings, will contests, elder abuse claims, and elder abuse restraining orders. The new Doolittle case will be covered in a discussion of whether the Trustee, who may have standing to defend a Trust Contest, is authorized to do so. And the same will be explored for personal representative defending a Will Contest. The presentation will end with a thorny hypo to work through to test your knowledge.
Speakers: Lauriann Wright, Esq., Wright Kim Douglas, ALC, Glendale and Robert Eroen, Esq., Eroen Law Firm, PLC, Los Angeles.
Earn 1 hour MCLE Participatory Credit.
Please register early to assist with planning! Member and early registration pricing available.
Complete registration in advance through this online process (click registration button) pay by Credit Card, under PayPal, or select "invoice me" and bring check payable to SMBA to the door. Can't preregister? We can assist and process you at the door.
Valet or self-parking is available at DoubleTree, but is not covered by registration fee; Public Parking structure conveniently located directly across 4th Street, $1 for first 1.5 hrs, $1 each additional hour.
Timur M. Berberoglu (Co-chair, SMBA Probate & Trust Section) Deering, Sands & Berberoglu (DSB)
Karen Knutson (Co-chair, SMBA Probate & Trust Section) Law Offices of Karen Knutson