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Breslin v. Breslin: Does the "Seamless Fabric" Need Tailoring?

Declaring the contested trust proceeding under review “made from the seamless fabric of probate and mediation law,” the Second District of the California Court of Appeal in Breslin v. Breslin recently ruled that prospective beneficiaries under a trust, the validity of which is in dispute, who are given notice of a court-ordered mediation and elect not to participate, are bound by the results of the mediation.

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