Trusts and Estates Law Section Newsletter

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    The Trusts and Estates Law Section Newsletter features peer-written, substantive articles relating to the practice of trusts and estates law on various topics including estate planning, will drafting, tax issues, guardianship, power of attorney, and probates. Recent New York State Decisions, Case Notes—Recent New York State Surrogate's and Supreme Court Decisions, and a Florida Update are featured in each issue. Edited by Jaclene D'Agostino, Esq., the Trusts and Estates Law Section Newsletter is published quarterly by the Trusts and Estates Law Section and distributed to Section Members free of charge.

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    Fall 2016

    A Message from the Chair
    (Magdalen Gaynor)

    Editor’s Message
    (Jaclene D’Agostino)

    Potts and Freeman Updated: Surrogate's Court Criteria and Rationale for Fixing Legal Fees in Estates
    (Gary E. Bashian)

    Consider Giving Spouse Power to Make Distributions to Herself From Credit Shelter Trust
    (Howard M. Esterces)

    CPLR Article 77 and Trust Litigation in Supreme Court
    (Frank T. Santoro)

    Photos from Spring Meeting in Arizona

    New CPLR Provision May Simplify Execution of New York Wills Overseas
    (Stephen L. Ham IV and Ronald J. Weiss)

    Recent New York State Decisions
    (Ira M. Bloom and William P. LaPiana)

    Case Notes—New York State Surrogate’s and Supreme Court Decisions
    (Ilene Sherwyn Cooper)

    Florida Update
    (David Pratt and Jonathan A. Galler)