Probate Litigation for Civil Litigators

$45

FREE FOR BHBA MEMBERS

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Credit Details
Credit Hours:
1.00
Specialty Area:
Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law
Credit Type:
General
Original Air Date:
May 10, 2023
Accredited In:
California

You may be able to self apply for credits in states not listed. BHBA provides CLE accreditation as described above. 

About the Program

Civil litigators (junior probate litigators) who are asked to handle a will contest, trust contest or financial elder abuse case in probate court often find themselves feeling like Alice in Wonderland where seasoned probate attorneys speak probate, not English. What are probate notes? What?s RFA? What is a Heggstad petition? Is an evidentiary hearing the same as a trial? These are some of the oft-asked questions. The program will teach general civil litigators how to navigate the probate court like a pro.

Meet the Speakers
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Lynda I. Chung 

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Partner Valensi Rose PLC

An energetic problem solver, Lynda I. Chung specializes in trust and estate and business disputes.

Lynda helps her clients through what is often the most emotionally and financially trying time in their lives. Whether being taken advantage of by a trustee or a managing member of the client’s company (often the client’s own family member), she works hard to resolve the matter to her client’s benefit.

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