After reviewing Keystone’s blog post on Powell v. Tagami, posted earlier this year, the Los Angeles Daily Journal asked Keystone to draft an article based on this blog, which was authored by three Keystone attorneys Shawn Kerendian, Joshua Taylor, and Teal Schoonover, and entitled: One Court’s View of Bad Faith Trust Contests and Fee Shifting. This article was then published by the Daily Journal on May 17, 2019; it discusses the circumstances by which a bad faith trust contestant may be held liable for the opposing trustee’s attorney’s fees which were incurred not only in their capacity as trustee, but also in that trustee’s individual capacity. For a link to that article, click here.