Publication Date: 2006- (kept current with supplements)
Now including all eight volumes updated in this Fifth Edition, Scott and Ascher on Trusts, formerly published as Scott on Trusts , is widely regarded as the leading authority on the law of trusts. Scott and Ascher on Trusts offers practical advice on the creation, administration, and termination of all kinds of trusts, as well as incisive analysis of the underlying principles of trust law. The duties of trustees and the rights of beneficiaries, would-be beneficiaries, and third parties are constantly being changed and redefined. This preeminent resource keeps you abreast of the latest developments in trust law, enabling you to resolve trust problems efficiently and effectively with regular updates integrating the latest court decisions and legislative changes. Scott and Ascher on Trusts allows you to examine the full range of your options at every stage, from client counseling to final distribution.
Publication Date: 1977- (kept current with pocket parts and revised volumes
Navigate the maze of today's tax laws, administrative rules and regulations, and trust-focused court decisions with Bogert Trusts and Trustees. This title covers the entire field of modern trust uses and illustrates how to plan an estate as well as various uses of trusts in personal estate planning and in business and commercial arrangements.
This seven-volume, comprehensive set features an exhaustive discussion of all aspects of Wills, from their history at common law through the development of statutory requirements and case law interpretations. All elements of a Will are discussed, as are testamentary capacity, execution formalities, and tax considerations. Probate is explored, with emphasis on contests and construction. Forms are also included.
Call Number: KF613 .R479x; available on Lexis and Westlaw
Publication Date: 1999- (kept current with pocket parts)
This work is a culmination of ALI’s 20-year project to update the law of wills and succession. It is a comprehensive treatment of the American law of wills, will substitutes, intestacy, gifts, powers of appointment, present and future interests, and the construction of donative documents. The coverage includes subjects in the Restatement of Property and the Restatement Second of Property (Donative Transfers), both of which are now superseded.
Call Number: KF730 .R4763x; available on Lexis and Westlaw
Publication Date: 2003- (kept current with pocket parts)
This work provides a contemporary treatment of trust law, offering authoritative guidance to legislators, judges, and those who counsel trustees and beneficiaries or endeavor to draft instruments that accurately reflect the lawful intentions of donors. The work represents a complete revision of the Restatement Second, which is no longer in print. Volumes 1 and 2 cover the nature, creation, and elements of trusts; interests and rights of beneficiaries; and trust modification and termination. Volume 3 deals with trustee powers and duties and incorporates an updated version of an earlier Prudent Investor volume. The fourth volume covers trust administration, particularly breaches of trust and the appropriate legal remedies.