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Julian Zebot and Evan Nelson Co-Author Article on Trust Litigation for the American Bar Association's Probate & Property Magazine

May 6, 2020

Julian Zebot and Evan Nelson, attorneys in Maslon's Litigation Group, co-authored an article for the May/June 2020 issue of Probate & Property Magazine, titled "Tilting the Litigation Playing Field Under the Uniform Trust Code: The Availability of Temporary Injunctive Relief in Trustee Removal Actions." The article explores the availability of injunctive relief in broad terms, so that attorneys who represent fiduciaries, beneficiaries, or both, may consider whether it might have application in a given matter.

Julian, a Partner at Maslon, focuses his legal practice on probate, fiduciary, and trust litigation as well as business and commercial litigation. He has counseled and represented individual and business clients in both federal and state courts as well as arbitration proceedings, and he has handled matters for clients at all stages of the litigation process, including mediation, trials, and appeals. Julian's probate, fiduciary, and trust litigation practice has involved many different types of contested estate, trust, probate, and elder law matters, including will/trust contests (including claims of undue influence and diminished capacity), construction/interpretation disputes, accounting actions, breach of fiduciary duty claims, fiduciary removal actions, trust instruction proceedings, financial elder abuse claims, and creditor claims against estates.

Evan focuses his practice on property rights - from making sure landowners gets just compensation when their property is condemned to representing trustees and beneficiaries in trust and estate disputes. Additionally, he maintains an active pro bono practice, with significant experience in environmental and administrative litigation.

To read the full article, go to: ABA – Probate & Property Magazine: May/June 2020 Issue.


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