The 2017 Real Property Probate and Trust Section Midyear Meeting and Conference (June 2017) [C17704]

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Seminar Date: June 9, 2017
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This seminar took place on June 9 - 11, 2017, in Walla Walla, WA.
REAL PROPERTY | ESTATE PLANNING | TRUST ACCOUNTING


Product Description:


Stay current in your practice by learning up-to-the-minute content in a collegial learning atmosphere. Explore timely issues, gain new insights, and discover innovative solutions for handling the myriad challenges faced by your clients, with a special emphasis on family-owned businesses that are centered around real estate.

  • Get the case law and legislative updates you rely on
  • What Washington attorneys need to know about the complexities of dirt, death and marital property in Oregon and Idaho
  • Gain insights into effectively helping clients manage, buy, sell and transfer their closely-held real estate businesses
  • Wind farms, water rights, land use in agricultural areas and lender’s access to property prior to foreclosure
  • Practical drafting tips for the new Power of Attorney Act, unique transactions with trusts, planning opportunities with the marital deduction and trust decanting legislation


Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Real Property Update
Scott B. Osborne


Chapter 2: Probate & Trust Update
RoseMary Reed


Chapter 3A: Just Enough to Be Dangerous: What Washington Attorneys Need to Know About Dirt and Death in Oregon and Idaho PLUS Ethics of Multijurisdictional Practice
Karen E. Boxx


Chapter 3B: Just Enough to Be Dangerous: What Washington Attorneys Need to Know About Dirt and Death in Oregon and Idaho PLUS Ethics of Multijurisdictional Practice
Erin K. MacDonald


Chapter 3C: Just Enough to Be Dangerous: What Washington Attorneys Need to Know About Dirt and Death in Oregon and Idaho PLUS Ethics of Multijurisdictional Practice
Kathryn R. McKinley


Chapter 4: When to Turn the Matter Over to the CPA and Stay Within the Bounds of Legal Representation
Ryan M. Bray


Chapter 5: Real Estate Family LLCs - A Family Farm Case Study
Kirsten L. Ambach
Sean K. Griffee


Chapter 6: More than Traditional Farm Use of Agricultural Lands - Zoning and Land Use Considerations for Diversifying Uses
Elaine Albrich


Chapter 7: Federal Reclamation Project Water & Real Estate Transactions
Marisa N. Bocci


Chapter 8: Estate Planners Guide to a "Deal - What Do I Need to Know When My Client Is Selling His/Her Business?
Ryah L. Montgomery


Chapter 9: Marital Deduction and Portability Planning
Andrew W. Heinz


Chapter 10: Conservation Easements
Konrad J. Liegel


Chapter 11: What's Ahead for Wind & Renewable Power: Headwinds, Tailwinds, or Tornadoes
Michael A. Nesteroff


Chapter 12: Tools to Resolve Boundary Line Issues - Boundary Line Adjustments and Quiet Title Actions and Easements
Gregory L. Ursich


Chapter 13: Jordan v. Nationstar - Pre-Foreclosure Entry, Federal Preemption, and Legislative Response
Clay M. Gatens


Chapter 14: Washington's New Trust Decanting Act: A Better Way to Update Irrevocable Trusts?
Michael D. Carrico


Chapter 15: Unique But not Unsuual Transactions With Trusts: How to Advise Trustees to avoid the Landmines When Trying to Accommodate Beneficiary Requests
A. Paul Firuz
Adrienne O. Jeffrey


Chapter 16: Hot Topics
Stephanie R. Taylor


Chapter 17: Practical Drafting Tips: How to Update Our Forms to Incorporate the New DPOA Act and Directed Trust Act
Katie S. Groblewski
Sarah MacLeod


Chapter 18: Rules of Professional Conduct (Table of Rules)




Coursebook contains 854 pages