Scott and Ascher on trusts, Volume 6
Aspen Publishers, Jan 1, 2006 - Law - 6 pages
Now beginning its 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 offer 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.
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