Advanced Estate Planning 2017 (Audio CDs)

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Estate planning requires knowledgeable, thoughtful, and skilled practitioners.

Estate planning requires knowledgeable, thoughtful, and skilled practitioners. More experienced estate planning lawyers will find a wealth of topics: how to plan in an ever-changing political world, changes in the probate code, intellectual property issues that may affect estates, and the current state of advance directives. Review the disconnect between federal and Oregon estate taxes, and take a look at planning and drafting considerations for Oregon-only taxable estates. Hear from a trust department manager (and former estate planning attorney) about estate planning mistakes. An hour of legal ethics covers ethical conflicts facing trusts and estate lawyers.

Cosponsored by the Estate Planning and Administration Section.

Presented by:
• Kay Abramowitz, Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP, Portland
• Christopher Cline, Riverview Trust Company, Vancouver, Washington
• John Draneas, Draneas & Huglin PC, Lake Oswego
• David Elkanich, Holland & Knight LLP, Portland
• Ian Gates, Dascenzo Intellectual Property Law PC, Portland
• Stephen Kantor, Samuels Yoelin Kantor LLP, Portland
• Hilary Newcomb, HAN Legal, Portland
• Lane Shetterly, Shetterly Irick & Ozias, Dallas
• Jeffrey Thede, Thede Culpepper Moore Munro & Silliman LLP, Portland
• Ella Vining, MD, Portland

5.25 General CLE credits and 1 Ethics (Oregon specific) credit
ID 41200, 06/09/2017
Complete by 06/09/2020 for Oregon credit

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