A resource about probate causes of action in Illinois.
This volume in the IICLE CAUSES OF ACTION series provides practitioners with the elements and pleading requirements of probate actions, as well as checklists and editable forms useful to practitioners. Guiding an attorney through the entire process from initial assessment to appeal, this handbook examines probate causes of action for challenges to taking, breach of fiduciary duty, challenges to wills, citation to recover assets, claims against the decedent’s estates, and attorneys’ and representatives’ fees.
Chapter 1 — Challenges to Taking
Hrant “Hud” Norsigian, Jr, Norsigian Law Office, LLC, O’Fallon
Chapter 2 — Breach of Fiduciary Duty
Ray J. Koenig III and MacKenzie A. Hyde, Clark Hill PLC, Chicago
Chapter 3 — Challenges to Wills
John T. Brooks and Jena L. Levin, Foley & Lardner LLP, Chicago
Chapter 4 — Citation To Recover Assets
Matthew W. Mcquiston, Stern & Associates, Chicago
Chapter 5 — Claims Against Decedent’s Estates
Ray J. Koenig III and Mackenzie A. Hyde, Clark Hill PLC, Chicago
Chapter 6 — Fees
Nina B. Stillman, The Stillman Law Group, Chicago