Georgia Trusts and Trustees

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Georgia Trusts and Trustees provides guidance for acting as a trustee in Georgia, lays out the full picture of Georgia trust law, and compares and contrasts the prominent laws and trends in other states. This 2021-2022 Edition of Georgia Trusts and Trustees is a comprehensive resource on the creation, administration, modification, termination, and construction of trusts in Georgia. Since last year’s edition, new material has been added and/or existing material updated on the following subjects, among others:

  • Appointment of trustee in civil forfeiture proceedings
  • In terrorem clauses
  • Undue influence
  • ERISA relationship with trust law
  • Trustee’s duties of loyalty and good faith
  • Discretionary trusts
  • Intellectually disabled beneficiary
  • Successor Trustees
  • Accountings
  • Power of appointment
  • Investments by trustees
  • Mediation and arbitration
  • Aiding and abetting breach of fiduciary duty
  • Ethical considerations for drafting attorneys
  • Fiduciary exception to attorney-client privilege


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Recommended Citation

Mary F. Radford, Georgia Trusts and Trustees (2021-2022 ed. 2011)

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