Publications

Jim Lamping has published extensively in the area of trusts and estates law. His writings include chapters in California Trust Administration, published by Continuing Education of the Bar, and the California Trusts & Estates Quarterly, published by the Trusts and Estates Section of the State Bar of California. His publications include the following:

Practice Guides:

Author, California Trust Administration (2d ed Cal CEB) Chapter 17 (Long Term Trust Administration)

Co-Author, California Trust Administration (2d ed Cal CEB) Chapter 13A (Administering Moderate Married Settlor Trust on the Death of the First Spouse)

Co-Author, California Trust Administration (2d ed Cal CEB) Chapter 14A (Further Steps After the Death of the First Spouse)

Co-Author, California Trust and Probate Litigation (Cal CEB), Chapter 4, Dispute Analysis

Other Publications:

Long-Term Trust Administration: Assets Allocated and the 706 Filed – What is Next?, Estate Planning 2006 (2006 CEB)

The Trustee’s Million Dollar Question: Who Should Get Notice of a Trust Administration? (Spring, 2007) Vol. 13, No.1 California Trusts & Estates Quarterly

A House Divided: the Purchase by the Surviving Spouse of an Interest in the Family Residence Following its Allocation to a Credit Trust (Fall, 2008) Vol. 14, No. 3 California Trusts & Estates Quarterly

The Mess Left Behind: Taxation of Post-Death Foreclosures (Spring, 2009) Vol. 15, No.1 California Trusts & Estates Quarterly

Revitalizing a Stale Trust: Improvement, If Not Perfection (Fall, 2010) Vol. 15, No.4 California Trusts & Estates Quarterly

As Uncertain as the Day is Long: Postponing the Estate Tax Sunset (Summer 2010) Vol. 16, No. 2, California Trusts and Estates Quarterly

A Practical Guide to the 645 Election (Winter 2010) Vol. 17, No. 4, California Trusts and Estates Quarterly

Until Death Do Us Part: Marital Property Characterization in the Postmortem Setting (2015) Vol. 24, No. 4, California Trusts and Estates Quarterly

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