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Ousting Occupants from Trust, Estate, and Conservatorship Real Property

Can a fiduciary, heir, or beneficiary file an unlawful detainer, 850 petition, ejectment action, or any combination of the above? This program clarifies strategies and mechanisms for ousting wrongful occupants from the real property.  Join Julie Woods as she discusses these questions and more. 

 

1 Hour MCLE Credit.

Specialization: Estate Planning

 

When an occupant refuses to relinquish possession of real property belonging to a trust, estate, or conservatorship, what is a party to do? Can a fiduciary, heir, or beneficiary file an unlawful detainer, 850 petition, ejectment action, or any combination of the above? This program clarifies strategies and mechanisms for ousting wrongful occupants from the real property. Join Julie Woods as she discusses these questions and more. 

Program Highlights:

  •   What type of property?
  •   Who is the occupant?
  •   What is the arrangement (if any) for occupying?
  •   What is the main goal of recovery?
  •   Unlawful detainer
  •   Ejectment
  •   850 Petition

This program assumes some estate planning experience.

On Demand ES59701-191

Live program recorded on Feb 15, 2018. 

 

When an occupant refuses to relinquish possession of real property belonging to a trust, estate, or conservatorship, what is a party to do? Can a fiduciary, heir, or beneficiary file an unlawful detainer, 850 petition, ejectment action, or any combination of the above? This program clarifies strategies and mechanisms for ousting wrongful occupants from the real property. Join Julie Woods as she discusses these questions and more. 

Program Highlights:

  •   What type of property?
  •   Who is the occupant?
  •   What is the arrangement (if any) for occupying?
  •   What is the main goal of recovery?
  •   Unlawful detainer
  •   Ejectment
  •   850 Petition

This program assumes some estate planning experience.

JULIE R. WOODS

JULIE R. WOODS

Julie R. Woods is the Probate Legal Research Attorney for the Superior Court of the State of California, County of Contra Costa. Prior to working for the court, her practice focused on the litigation of estates, trusts, conservatorships, elder abuse actions, and civil crossover matters. Woods has practiced throughout the state of California in matters involving trusts and estates up to, and exceeding, $50 million. She was recognized as a Rising Stars honoree in Super Lawyers Magazine, and as one of the Top Women Attorneys by both San Francisco Magazine and Los Angeles Magazine. Woods is a governmental fellow in the honorary society Litigation Counsel of America. In Fall 2017, Woods was published in California Trusts and Estates Quarterly. She also formerly served on the committee of writers for the case law updates disseminated to the Trusts and Estates Section of the State Bar. Woods earned two B.A. degrees with emphases from the University of Southern California and graduated with her J.D. degree from the University of Notre Dame Law School.

Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRODUCT GROUP Digital
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
By Month February 2018
SPECIALIZATION Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law
PRACTICE AREA Estate Planning
Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRODUCT GROUP Digital
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
By Month February 2018
SPECIALIZATION Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law
PRACTICE AREA Estate Planning