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|California Trust & Estate Quarterly||Why the Repeal of the No Contest Clause is a Good Idea||2005|
|Settlement Agreements||Drafting For Stability and Enforceability||2005|
|California Trust & Estate Quarterly||Breaking up is Easy to Do: Avoiding Mistakes that Unravel Settlements||2005|
|California Trust & Estate Quarterly||Why the Repeal of the No Contest Clause is a Good Idea||2004|
|American College of Trust and Estate Counsel Journal||Adversity after Bosch||2000|
|USC Annual Conference||Now You See It, Now You Don't: Triggering the No Contest Clause in California||2000|
|California Trust & Estate Quarterly||California Legislature Speaks Out on the No Contest Clause||2000|
|California Trust & Estate Quarterly||Updating the No Contest Clause||1999|
|University of Kansas School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1974|
|University of Kansas||N/A||M.A.T||1969|
|Colorado Woman's College||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1967|
|Center for International Legal Studies, Salzburg, Austria||Negotiating and Drafting Settlement Agreements in Trusts and Estates Cases in the United States||2004|
|California Education of the Bar||White Water Rafting or Smooth Sailing: Negotiating and Drafting Settlement Agreements for Stability and Enforceability||2004|
|North County Coastal Estate Planning Council||When Murphy's Law Wrecks the Estate Plan||2002|
|Moderator and Panelist, California Continuing Education of the Bar, (Annual)||Recent Developments in Estate Planning and Trust Administration||2002|
|Panelist, Rutter Group||Recent Developments in Trust & Estate Litigation||2001|
|San Diego Estate Planning Council||Use of Mediation in Trusts and Estates Disputes||1999|
|San Antonio, Texas Estate Planning Council||When the Client Wants the [Im]possible||1999|
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