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7 Heresies of Effective Estate Planning - First Heresy

Is Counseling Clients to Pursue Remedies of Greater Legal Profits at Greater Client Expenses Acceptable When Equally Effective Remedies of Lesser Legal Profit at Lesser Client Expense are Simultaneously Available?

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The following collection of essays on contesting living trusts corroborates these seminar comments, both 1) because issues of intent and capacity have a greatly expanded evidentiary thresh hold to overcome and 2) because of the great privacy surrounding the term of the written trust agreement itself. The following list consists of internet articles written by attorneys engaged in the practice of litigating probate and trust claims. There were 2,500,000 hits on this subject; and the Author picked out the following ten (10) essays, which are attached hereto and incorporated herein in the following order:
1 "Is Contesting an Estate Plan the Same as Winning?" by David Bernstein 1 page]; and
2 "What is a Living Trust?" by Estate Planning Links [3 pages]; and
3 "Anti-contest Provisions for Wills and Trusts" by Lawyers.com [2 pages]; and
4 "Revocable Living Trust" by Jeffrey G. Marsocci [4 pages]; and
5 "Avoiding Financial Disaster With a Living Trust" by Lectic Law Library [13 pages]; and
6 "Questions & Answers to Common Living Trust Issues" by Heritage Living Trust [2 pages]; and
7 "How to Contest a Will - How to Challenge a Living Trust" by Pennyborn Planning [2pages]; and
8 "Living Trust Disputes & Will Contests" by Hans M. Tinkler [2 pages]; and
9 "Number 5 Reason for Living Trusts: Avoiding a Will Contest" by Michael P. Pancheri [3 pages]; and
10. "Contesting a Living Trust: Is It Possible?" by Living Trust Services [3
pages]

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