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Claims and Contested Matters in Probate and Under the New Illinois Trust Code

Whether it is disgruntled family members or lingering creditors, many unresolved challenges may interrupt the timely completion of probate or trust administration. The Illinois Probate Act and the new Illinois Trust Code provide tools that can assist in the ultimate resolution of conflicts, including judicial intervention, settlement agreements, removal of fiduciaries, and document modification among many others. Learn how to respond to and how to resolve disputes in probate and trust administrations.
Credits: 0.75 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P2100-21E-02
$60.00 or 0.75 credits
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Faculty:

Elizabeth A. McKillip, Levin Schreder & Carey, Ltd., Lisle and Chicago

Expires: 1/1/2023

Faculty:

Elizabeth A. McKillip, Levin Schreder & Carey, Ltd., Lisle and Chicago

Expires: 1/1/2023

Products specifications
Program Date1/28/2021
Session from:Post-Death Administration of Trusts & Estates
Products specifications
Program Date1/28/2021
Session from:Post-Death Administration of Trusts & Estates
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