Edition: 8th 2009 (Revised)
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Description: Retaining the lateJesse Dukeminier'ssignature blend of wit, erudition, insight, and playfulness,Wills, Trusts, and Estates, now in itsEighth Edition, continues to offer interesting cases, well written notes, and a logical organization.A stellar example of a great casebook, Wills, Trusts, and Estates features:eminently clear presentation of topicscomprehensive substantive coverageinspired case selectionengaging notes, questions, and problemsthat connect and highlight legal themes and principleshumorous and illustrative cartoons, art, photographs, and other imagesWith many new and revised notes, questions, and problems, the carefully updated Eighth Edition explores:New developments in law reform by theALIandNCCUSL, such as: the2008 Amendmentsto theUniform Probate Code, including validation ofnotarized wills, reformationof wills for mistake, and a reworking of thespousal sharethe Uniform Power of Attorney Actfurther progress in the Restatement (Third) of Trusts and Restatement (Third) of PropertyOngoing developments in the law, in such areas as:inheritance rights for same-sex partnersthe posthumous right of publicitythe power of an agentto alter an incompetent principal's estate plan liberalized rules oftrust modification and termination, and oftrustee removalstanding for donors in suits against the trustees of charitable trustsperpetual trustsandself-settled asset protection trustsIncreasingly important topics such as:the movement to cure will execution defects and reform mistakes in willsfiduciary administration and trust investment lawwill contests, particularly the law of capacity and insane delusion Co-authorsRobert SitkoffandJames Lindgrentook great care to preserve the voice and spirit of Jesse Dukeminier, while fulfilling the trust and expectation among users for timely and relevant coverage, cases, and note material.