Learn to successfully prosecute the creditor's claims, avoid the minefield in probate court, and identify proper parties and heirs to negotiate with.
As America's aging population has more complicated financial portfolios and is getting savvier in trying to protect their assets post-death, post-mortem litigation has been on the rise. Debtors prepare asset protection trusts and/or estate planning instruments to protect their spouses or heirs from creditors. What can or should creditors do to protect themselves from debtors who are increasingly becoming sophisticated about wealth transfer and asset protection devices? This topic will arm you with the information necessary to timely and effectively prosecute the creditor's claims, avoid the minefield in probate court, and identify proper parties and heirs to negotiate with.
Lynda I. Chung
Valensi Rose, PLC
- Partner, Valensi Rose, PLC
- Practices in trusts & estates litigation, business litigation, and creditors’ rights
- Frequent speaker and has written several publications
- Co-chair, Beverly Hills Bar Association's Trust & Estates Section (2019-2020); Los Angeles County Bar Association, Trusts & Estates Section (2019 - present)
- J.D. degree, Loyola Law School, L.A. California; M.A. degree, University of California, Santa Barbara; B.A. degree, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
- Can be contacted at 310-277-8011 or [email protected]
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