Firm partner, Yasha Bronshteyn, litigating Conservatorship and Trust Matters, is looking forward to the Los Angeles County Bar Association Presentation on March 16, 2018, by Judge Klein and Judge Johnson of the Los Angeles Superior Court Probate Department. Judge Klein presides in Department 9 and Judge Johnson presides in Department 11. They will discuss their top 10 problems with probate and trust pleadings, accounting, and proposed orders and how to avoid them. Cleary, appropraite counsel is required to efficiently and effectively navigate these sort of proceedings.
Next, On March 22, 2018, the Ventura County Bar Association – Probate and Estate Planning Section will present “Uncovering the Truth in Contested Proceedings”. The Ventura Probate program is based on the notion that while most executors carry out their duties in good faith and to the best of their abilities’, there is a small but critical percentage that exploit their position of power. Such such their is wrongdoing and fraud is at times committed against beneficiaries. There have been an unacceptable amount of victims in such situations. The program will focus on protecting beneficiaries’ (clients’) rights and where possible to enable recovery of assets. The Ventura Bar program will commence at noon at the Tower Club in Oxnard.
If you or someone you know is dealing with a dispute over the administration or execution of trust or estate in California, you should contact an experienced trusts and estates litigation attorney to ensure your interests are represented. Attorney Bronshteyn also serves on the probate volunteer panel of the Los Angeles Superior Court, and has represented beneficiaries, executors, administrators, trustees, conservators, and conservatees, in court proceedings. Contact us by calling (310) 914-3222 in Los Angeles, or (818) 787-1011 in Westlake Village, or by using our online contact form.