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Living Trust and Probate Matters Are Only Permitted a Bench Trial

  Bench Trial v. Jury Trial   In living trust and probate litigation only bench trials are permitted. A bench trial is conducted by a judge only, with no jury present, as in a trial by jury. In matters other than probate, for example, civil, criminal or family law, the parties have the option of…

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Benefits of Using Probate Referees in Living Trust Litigation

    Living Trust Litigation and Probate Referees   A probate referee provides appraisals of non-cash type assets in living trust litigation. This process eventually leads to the determination of trustee fees. A wise and prudent trustee can use a probate referee to shield that trustee from beneficiary claims brought in living trust litigation. Probate…

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Trial Preparation Means Exhibits & Witnesses Juxtaposed With Theme & Story

  Begin Your Trial Preparation By Stepping Back and Taking a Fresh and Objective Look at the Case You Have Been Living With   As a litigation attorney you have been living with the statutory and case law themes of your case for two or three years. You thought your case would settle because your…

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Protected: Meet and Confer Means You Need an Attorney

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Protected: Lawyers Use RFA’s to Evidence Subornation of Perjury

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Protected: Only Attorneys May Utter Special Interrogatories

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