Knowledge Center

Wednesday, May 07, 2014

  • Will contest, trust Contest, interrelation, contested claims

  • Disputes between or among beneficiaries

  • Grantor or testator capacity

  • Undue influence

  • Revocation

  • Ambiguity or scrivener's error

  • Discovery obligations

  • To probate or not to probate

  • Family feuds, sibling rivalries, wicked stepparents and other "red flags"

  • Disinherited heirs

  • Testamentary Power of Appointment

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution

Attendees of the will get detailed planning techniques for unique assets, like artwork or special holdings, charitable giving, farmland, business interests, retirement accounts and more. Also, new at the 57th Annual Estate Planning Short Course, presenters will highlight the impact on how the changes with Civil Unions, Same Sex Marriage, and DOMA relates to every area of estate planning. HMB's Lauren J. Wolven will moderate the Chicago event.

For more information about the event, presentations, faculty and CLE, please click HERE.

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