Julian Zebot, partner in Maslon's Litigation Group and chair of Maslon's Trust and Estate Litigation Group, will serve on a panel for the American Bar Association's 33rd Annual Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Virtual National CLE Conference on April 22, 2021. During the program, titled "Undue Influence and Elder Abuse Allegations against Spouses, Family Members, and Caregivers," Julian and his fellow panelists will explore issues that may arise in the context of vulnerable adults who are being preyed upon by their caretakers, including the effect of COVID-19 on prevention and discovery. The program will also review undue influence cases and provide resources and guidance in related areas.
To register, go to: American Bar Association, 33rd Annual Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Virtual National CLE Conference.
Julian 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. Julian is a Fellow in the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel ("ACTEC") and when not litigating and resolving disputes, he is a frequent author and speaker on topics relating to probate, fiduciary, and trust litigation, fiduciary risk management, and professional ethics. Among other board and bar committee responsibilities, he is a member of the litigation committee of the Probate and Trust Law Section of the Minnesota State Bar Association and serves as Vice Chair of the Ethics and Malpractice Committee of the ABA's Real Property Trust and Estate Law Section.