Webinar | Documenting Trust Distributions – March 30, 2021

By Hoge Fenton | 03.15.2021 | Estates and Trusts

When administering trusts, the “Distribution” phase is fraught with the risk of potential litigation and liability.

Join veteran Estates and Trusts attorneys Denise E. Chambliss and Dennis S. Zell, along with Former Assemblymember Catharine B. Baker as moderator for this complimentary webinar on March 30, 2021, from noon to 12:45 pm as they discuss:

  • What are the best practices during trust distribution?
  • How can trustees minimize the risk of litigation and liability?
  • What are some distribution strategies for trusts that are in litigation or threatened litigation?

Meet Our Panelists

Denise E. Chambliss, Chair of Hoge Fenton’s Trust and Estate Litigation group and a member of the Estates & Trusts and Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice groups, is based primarily in the firm’s Tri-Valley office. She is an experienced trial lawyer who maintains a general civil and business trial practice, with a focus on trust and estate litigation representing individual and corporate trustees, as well as executors and beneficiaries.
Dennis S. Zell is a highly accomplished attorney with over 20 years of civil litigation experience, including trial and appellate work in both California and Federal courts. He is a trial lawyer who represents clients in a variety of civil litigation matters including trusts, real estate transactions, commercial leases, business contracts, business torts, corporate governance disputes, and insurance.
Catharine B. Baker is a former California State Assemblymember who represented the 16th Assembly District from 2014 through 2018. She is a Commissioner with the California Fair Political Practices Commission, which administers and enforces California’s landmark government ethics laws. Catharine is Special Counsel at Hoge Fenton, where she advises businesses and non-profits and practices election law.

This webinar is provided as an educational service by Hoge Fenton for clients and friends of the firm. This communique is an overview only, and should not be construed as legal advice or advice to take any specific action. Please be sure to consult a knowledgeable professional with assistance with your particular legal issue. © 2021 Hoge Fenton

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