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Benjamin Franklin said two things are certain: death and taxes. So, regardless of changes in the law, legal services for estate planning and probate will always be in demand. Whether you are a litigation lawyer looking for a change of pace or a transactional attorney tired of referring out estate planning clients, this seminar is for you. Learn the basics of estate planning and probate practice, how to build or transition an estate planning practice, and practical ethical tips.
May 12, 2020
Mary Akkerman, Esq.
Section I. Top estate and trust planning techniques
Section II. Top mistakes to avoid
Section III. Adding probate and trust administration to your practice
Section IV. Ethical issues to consider and rules to follow when doing estate planning and probate
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