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John Hutson to Speak at Seminar on Recent Developments in Fiduciary Litigation

Young Moore attorney, John H. Hutson, Jr., will present at the upcoming North Carolina Bar Association Seminar on Recent Developments in Fiduciary Litigation on November 9, 2018.

Speakers at the event are all authors of the North Carolina Fiduciary Litigation Manual, a brand new comprehensive resource released in conjunction with this program. The manual explores substantive legal issues, applicable rules, ethical considerations and claims that may arise in relation to the elective share, guardianship, and other estate and trust proceedings.

John authored two chapters of the manual which include “Trust Proceedings Before the Clerk of Court,” and “Trustee Removal.” He co-authored a third chapter on “Joint Accounts with Right of Survivorship and Payable on Death Accounts” along with Chadwick I. McCullen. The manual is available in print and electronic formats and includes more than 650 pages of invaluable practice tips, procedural guidance, case law and 75 fillable/editable forms.

John is an estate and trust litigation attorney with more than thirty-seven years of litigation experience. His primary focus is on helping individuals and families who need his experience to navigate estate, trust or guardianship issues. He also works with businesses in evaluating contracts and handling commercial disputes. John has represented clients and tried cases all over North Carolina, from the mountains to the coast, and in all three of our state’s federal judicial districts.

Chad is a shareholder at Young Moore and concentrates his practice in the areas of estate planning and administration, asset protection, business law, and commercial real estate matters. He is a Board Certified Specialist in Estate Planning and Probate Law.


See also:

John N. Hutson, Jr.

Chadwick I. McCullen

Estate Litigation & Fiduciary Dispute Resolution

Recent Developments in Fiduciary Litigation Seminar


 

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