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University of Michigan Law School Faculty Bibliography: Wellman, Richard V. (1954-1974)

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Bibliography

Books

  • Family Property Settlements: Future Interests. 2nd ed. O. L. Browder, Jr., co-author. Indianapolis, Ind.: Bobbs-Merrill, 1973.
  • Proposed Michigan Probate Code Study Guide for Preliminary Draft. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Institute of Continuing Legal Education, 1969.
  • Proposed Michigan Probate Code (Preliminary Draft with Explanatory Notes and Analyses). Ann Arbor, Mich. : Institute of Continuing Legal Education, 1969.
  • Editor. Estate Administration: Special Problems of Executors. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Institute of Continuing Legal Education, 1966.
  • Co-editor. Michigan Will Manual Service. E. L. Fingar and D. R. Bookstaver, co-editors. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Old Kent Bank and Trust Co., 1965.
  • Family Property Settlements; Future Interests. O. L. Browder, Jr. and L. W. Waggoner, co-authors. Indianapolis, Ind.: Bobbs-Merrill, 1965.
  • The Law of Family Property Settlements. O. L. Browder, Jr., co-author. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Edwards Letter Shop, 1961.
  • Cases and Materials on Trusts and Succession. G. E. Palmer, co-author. Brooklyn, N.Y.: Foundation Press, 1960.
  • Cases on Trusts and Succession. G. E. Palmer, co-author. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Edwards Letter Shop, 1958.

Book Chapters

  • "Method of Probate: A Summary of Available Choices." In Uniform Probate Code Practice Manual, 73–87. Washington, D.C.: Assoc. of Continuing Legal Education Administrators, 1972.
  • "Method of Probate: A Summary of Available Choices." In Idaho Probate Procedure, by P. E. Peterson and G. F. Schroeder. Boise: Idaho State Bar, 1972.
  • "Some Effects of the Uniform Probate Code on Estate Planning." In The 1970 Annual Institute on Estate Planning. Latham, N.Y.: Newkirk Associates, 1970.
  • "The Joint and Survivor Account in Michigan: Progress through Confusion." In Michigan Probate Guide. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Institute of Continuing Legal Education, 1966.

Journal Articles

  • "Trust Business under the Uniform Probate Code." Tr. & Est. 113 (1974): 78–81.
  • "Multiple Party Accounts: Georgia Law Compared with the Uniform Probate Code." Ga. L. Rev. 8 (1974): 739–79.
  • "Estate Planning under UPC." UPC Notes, no. 7 (1974): 7-10.
  • "The Uniform Probate Code: An Overview." R.I. B.J. 21 (1973): 4–6.
  • "Recent Unidroit Drafts on the International Will." Int'l Law. 7 (1973): 205–19.
  • "Proposed International Convention Concerning Wills." Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 8 (1973): 622–33.
  • "New Shortcut for Will Probates." Mod. Maturity 16 (1973): 64–5.
  • "Bankruptcy Proceedings for Insolvent Decedents' Estates." U. Mich. J.L. Reform 6 (1973): 552–95.
  • "Proposals to Modify the Uniform Probate Code." UPC Notes, no. 2 (1972): 1-3, 9-10.
  • "Law Teachers and the Uniform Probate Code." J. Legal Educ. 24 (1972): 180–94.
  • "The Uniform Probate Code--Some Problems and Prospects." Law Quad. Notes 16, no. 1 (1971): 15–21.
  • "Report on Probate Law Reform." Mich. St. B.J. 50 (1971): 657–62.
  • "The Uniform Probate Code's Blueprint for Reform in the 70's." Conn. L. Rev. 2 (1970): 453–512.
  • "Uniform Probate Code: A National Necessity." Trial 6 (1970): 22–6, 28.
  • "Uniform Probate Code." Bankers Monthly (1970): 35-8.
  • "A Reaction to the Chicago Commentary." U. Ill. L.F. 1970 (1970): 536–43.
  • "The New Uniform Probate Code." ABA J. 56 (1970): 636–41.
  • "How the Uniform Probate Code Deals with Estates that Cross State Lines." Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 5 (1970): 159–66.
  • "The Uniform Probate Code: A Possible Answer to Probate Avoidance." Ind. L.J. 44 (1969): 191– 205.
  • "Uniform Probate Code." Tr. & Est. 108 (1969): 29–33.
  • "The Lawyer's Stake in Probate Reforms." Law Off. Econ. & Mgmt. 9 (1969): 415–29.
  • "Uniform Probate Code--Questions and Answers." Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 3 (1968): 388–96.
  • "Selected Aspects of Uniform Probate Code." Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 3 (1968): 199–208.
  • "Proposed Uniform Probate Code." Tr. Bull. 48 (1968): 146–52, 192–5.
  • "Proposed Uniform Probate Code." Tr. & Est. 107 (1968): 238–41.
  • "The Proposal for a Uniform Probate Code." J. Mo. B. 24 (1968): 142–9, 178.
  • "The Lawyer's Stake in Probate Reforms." Mich. St. B.J. 47 (1968): 10–8.
  • "Probate Law for the Future." St. Louis B.J. 14 (1967): 7–17.
  • "The Class of 1951." Mich. L. Rev. 65 (1967): 1685–700.
  • "Two-Party Bank Deposits." Mich. St. B.J. 45 (1966): 10–3.
  • "The Joint and Survivor Account in Michigan--Progress through Confusion." Mich. L. Rev. 63 (1965): 629–80.
  • "Ancillary Administration." Mich. St. B.J. 43 (1964): 19–31.

Other Publications

  • Introduction to Uniform Probate Code Practice Manual, xiii–ix. Washington, D.C.: Assoc. of Continuing Legal Education Administrators, 1972.
  • Introduction to Idaho Probate Procedure, by P. E. Peterson and G. F. Schroeder. Boise: Idaho State Bar, 1972.
  • Foreword to "Symposium: Legal Problems of Landlord and Tenant." U.C. Davis L. Rev. 3 (1971): xiii–vi.