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Julian Zebot Authors Article on Practice Concerning Probate Referee Orders for

March 5, 2014

Julian Zebot has authored an article for the estate planning law blog,, titled "Seeking Review of a Probate Referee's Order." With assistance from Maslon attorney Diana Marianetti, the article explores practice in Hennepin and Ramsey counties with respect to the review of a probate referee's recommended order. Julian advises that, by statute, any party may immediately seek review of such an order by the presiding probate judge, although there are certain procedural pitfalls to be aware of.

To read the full article, go to Seeking Review of a Probate Referee’s Order.

Julian Zebot is a partner in Maslon's Litigation Group and focuses his practice on fiduciary and trust litigation, as well as commercial litigation involving claims of unfair business competition, including lawsuits involving sales representatives and sales practices. He has broad litigation experience involving fiduciary duties, trusts, probate, business torts, the Minnesota Termination of Sales Representatives Act ("MTSRA"), Lanham Act claims, class actions, and other complex commercial litigation, including litigation involving banks, other financial service businesses, manufacturers and companies with sales forces, and closely held companies.

Diana Marianetti is a member of Maslon's Estate Planning Group and practices in the areas of estate planning, probate, and trust administration. She works with families and businesses to design and prepare comprehensive estate plans through wills, trust agreements, and other related documents. In addition to her work in the Estate Planning Group, Diana is also a member of Maslon's Litigation Group, assisting clients with disputes involving fiduciary duties, trusts, and probate.


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