California ‘Breslin’ Probate Decision Allows Trial Courts to Compel Trust Beneficiary Mediation

California ‘Breslin’ Probate Decision Allows Trial Courts to Compel Trust Beneficiary Mediation

The California Breslin v. Breslin decision gives California probate courts newly expanded authority to compel beneficiaries—including charities—to mediate or potentially forfeit their interests in a disputed trust.

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