Fiduciary Litigation in Louisiana: Mandataries, Succession Representatives, and Trustees by Elizabeth Ruth Carter (Aug. 15, 2019)

Elizabeth Carter has made her paper, Fiduciary Litigation in Louisiana: Mandataries, Succession Representatives, and Trustees, available for download. This article was published as a part of the Louisiana Law Review. The abstract of this article, available on SSRN, reads as follows:

This article provides an overview of common types of fiduciary litigation in the estate planning setting in Louisiana. The article briefly considers the history of fiduciary litigation in the civil law setting. It then considers actions against mandatories, succession representatives, and trustees. The article points out some of the challenges that are unique to Louisiana.

To see full article, click Fiduciary Litigation in Louisiana: Mandataries, Succession Representatives, and Trustees.

Posted by Katie Thompson, Assistant Editor of the Wealth Strategies Journal.

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