What You Need to Know about Minnesota’s Uniform Trust Code Part I: Dual-Track Jurisdiction

Julian Zebot / April 2, 2015
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This is a first in a series of posts discussing different aspects on the new statute, Minnesota’s Uniform Trust Code (UTC), which becomes effective January 1, 2016. While this series will be useful information for all Epilawg readers, it is geared towards those readers that are attorneys, fiduciaries and their clients. At long last, Minnesota […]

Seeking Review of a Probate Referee’s Order

Julian Zebot / February 27, 2014
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This post is mainly intended for Minnesota probate attorneys, however, we hope that all readers learn from it. – See more at: https://epilawg.com/2013/12/minnesota-e-filing-how-to-survive/#sthash.I3444Vxo.dpuf Epilawg editors note: This post is mainly intended for Minnesota probate attorneys, however, we hope that all readers can learn from it. If you believe that the only recourse available with respect […]

Mandatory Arbitration Provisions in Estate Planning Instruments

Julian Zebot / December 16, 2013
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In May 2013, the Texas Supreme Court enforced a mandatory arbitration provision within a trust instrument in Rachal v. Reitz.  Since then, a number of legal commentators have suggested that there is a growing trend towards the recognition of such provisions in the probate context.  The issue is far from settled, however, and the underlying […]