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Whether you are preparing a will & related documents or engaging in probate litigation, use New Jersey Estate & Trust Litigation to help you navigate the case law, unpublished decisions and procedures

New Jersey Estate & Trust Litigation is designed as a guide to assist practitioners who are venturing into the world of trust and estate litigation, as well as to keep seasoned trust and estate litigators informed regarding updates and changes in the law. This volume is available online and in eBook formats with hyperlinks to the full text of cases, statutes and other authoritative content. Also included is an appendix with relevant forms, which are also available online for you to use in drafting your documents. Key topics covered include litigation involving intestacy; litigation involving wills; litigation involving non-probate assets: gifts; guardianships; divorce annulment and death; fiduciary duties, obligations and liabilities; accounting; unique trust litigation issues: pre-trial and trial issues; settlement; appeals.

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SKU JESTL23
Division Name New Jersey Law Journal
Volumes 1
Product Types Books
Brand New Jersey Law Journal
Publication Date October 28, 2022
Jurisdiction New Jersey
ISBN 978-1-58852-657-1
Page Count 694
Edition 2023
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Cathleen T. Butler
Cathleen T. Butler is a partner at the law firm of Butler & Butler in Westfield, New Jersey. She has substantial experience with counseling clients on all aspects of estate planning, estate administration, business succession planning, charitable giving and probate litigation. Ms. Butler has written numerous published articles on estate planning, estate administration and probate litigation. Upon graduating from law school, Ms. Butler served as a judicial law clerk for a Presiding Judge of the Chancery Division, General Equity and Probate Part of the New Jersey Superior Court. She was formerly associated with Gibbons P.C., where she specialized in trust and estate law for more than 11 years. Ms. Butler is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association real property, probate and trust law sections.
 

About the Contributor

Rita M. Danylchuk is counsel to Gibbons, P.C., and a member of the Corporate Department and Chair of the Trusts and Estate Practice Group. She represents numerous clients in all areas of trust and estate planning, charitable giving and estate administration. Danylchuk is a Certified Public Accountant in New Jersey (currently inactive) and a member of the Bars of the States of New York and New Jersey. She has lectured frequently on estate planning and estate administration and published numerous trusts and estates articles.

Michael R. Griffinger

Michael R. Griffinger is a Director in the Business & Commercial Litigation Department of Gibbons P.C. in Newark, New Jersey, and a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, the International Academy of Trial Lawyers, and the American Bar Foundation. Mr. Griffinger has been an active litigator for nearly 50 years. His practice is focused primarily on sophisticated corporate and commercial disputes, securities litigation, antitrust matters, as well as estate litigation. He frequently defends both fiduciaries and beneficiaries in estate disputes. He has conducted trials and hearings in federal and state courts throughout the United States.

Paul F. Cullum III

The idea and the greater part of the original edition of this book were the work product of Paul F. Cullum III. He received much help from his mentor, Michael R. Griffinger, and from his then colleagues at Gibbons LLC, Cathleen T. Butler and Rita M. Danylchuk, but he conceived the structure and crafted the details.

At the time of his death on November 3, 2012, Cullum was a partner in LeClairRyan’s Litigation Group, where his complex litigation practice focused on estate litigation and general commercial business litigation. He represented clients in numerous estate and intestate litigation matters concerning many of the areas cited in this book. In addition, he represented trustees and clients in guardianship and conservatorship proceedings.

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