Presented by the Probate Litigation Subcommittee of the Estate Planning, Probate
and Trust Section
Heave-Ho! How to Oust Whomever from Trust, Estate, and Conservatorship Real Property
||Wednesday, December 16, 2020
(Rescheduled from 4/22/20)
||12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
||1 Hour in Estate Planning, Trust & Probate Law Specialization Credit
Julie R. Woods
Certified Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust, and Probate Law
Probate litigation may involve an occupant in wrongful possession
of real property belonging to a trust, estate, or conservatorship
estate. Many attorneys are quick to say that such occupant may
be removed by an unlawful detainer action or a Probate Code
section 850 petition. Depending on the type of occupant and the
way in which the claims are sought, however, an attorney may
fall into an easy trap of filing the wrong type of proceeding or not
recovering the maximum relief available. Come learn about how
to identify different types of occupants, claims for relief, fiduciary
duties and liabilities, and eviction mechanisms in a probate crossover
- Family members, caregivers, past renters, squatters, or other
occupants may or may not be tenants who may be evicted by an
- How to identify and evict various types of occupants from trust,
estate, or conservatorship real property.
- Fiduciary duties, liabilities, and requests relief with respect to various
Alicia Gámez, Law Office of Alicia M. Gámez
Lamping, Law Office of James P. Lamping
Howard Slavitt, Coblentz, Patch, Duffy &
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