July 30, 2014 – Professor Patrick Goodman was cited in a Los Angeles Times
article on the Superior Court decision made on Monday invoking section 1310(b) of the probate code.
On the rare occasions when section 1310(b) is granted, it's usually for cases involving guardianship or conservatorship. The section exists to protect people from themselves, said Patrick Goodman, a probate and appellate law expert who teaches at UCLA.
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