Estate Planning and Administration Bundle [BUN18EP]

Estate Planning and Administration Bundle [BUN18EP]

 
Duration: 16 hours
Credits: Ethics: 4.00, Law & Legal Procedure: 12.00
 
List Price:    $799.00
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All components of this bundle were presented as, or as part of, a live CLE or webcast. If you attended the live seminar or webcast, or purchased and viewed the recorded versions of any of the components of the bundle, you are not able to claim the same credits again. Please review the CLEs in the bundle to make sure you have not previously claimed credit for them.

View components by July 31, 2020.

All components of this bundle are delivered as streaming video.

BUNDLE CONTENTS

http://wsba.vo.llnwd.net/v1/Graphics/BUN18EP/17497.png Fall Probate and Trust Seminar: Updates, Planning, and Disputes
Original Program Date:   December 6, 2016

Essential updates are the hallmark of this popular annual program. Led by a faculty of leading practitioners from across the state get the latest on this constantly shifting and evolving area of law.(Full program agenda and faculty)



http://wsba.vo.llnwd.net/v1/Graphics/BUN18EP/18497.png Planning Outside the Box: State Specific Issues for Washington Estate Planners
Original Program Date:   December 8, 2017

In this recorded seminar leading practitioners from across the state discuss advanced Washington estate planning issues for Washington practitioners.(Full program agenda and faculty)

http://wsba.vo.llnwd.net/v1/Graphics/BUN18EP/17498-2.png Technology Developments and Ethics in Trust and Estate Litigation
Original Program Date:    April 21, 2017

This recorded session was presented as part of the live seminar and webcast, A Statewide Perspective on Trust and Estate Litigation: The Bench and the Experts Weigh In, recorded on April 21, 2017, in Seattle, WA.

This session focuses on ethical issues facing trust and estate attorneys due to developments in technology. Concrete hypotheticals are used to frame these issues and identify relevant Rules of Professional Conduct, bar opinions, and other legal sources.(Full program agenda and faculty)


http://wsba.vo.llnwd.net/v1/Graphics/BUN18EP/17498-6.png Best Practice for TEDRA Litigation
Original Program Date:   April 21, 2017

This recorded session was presented as part of the live seminar and webcast, A Statewide Perspective on Trust and Estate Litigation: The Bench and the Experts Weigh In, recorded on April 21, 2017, in Seattle, WA.

In this recorded session, Judge Ken Schubert and Commissioner Carlos Velategui of the King County Superior Court take you through everything you need to know about TEDRA and best practices for TEDRA Litigation.(Full program agenda and faculty)

http://wsba.vo.llnwd.net/v1/Graphics/BUN18EP/17498-7.png Experts in TEDRA Litigation: Handwriting Examination, Capacity, and Forensic Accounting
Original Program Date:   April 21, 2017

This recorded session was presented as part of the live seminar and webcast, A Statewide Perspective on Trust and Estate Litigation: The Bench and the Experts Weigh In, recorded on April 21, 2017, in Seattle, WA.

This session includes an overview of (1) forensic document examination, including analyzing handwriting and signatures, inks and paper, authenticating documents, and examining for indented writing and alterations; (2) issues surrounding capacity, including factual scenarios that may appropriate for expert analysis; and (3) forensic accounting, including the distinction between forensic accounting and forensic review, and the purposes of each. Hear from the experts as they explain how they can assist with your case.(Full program agenda and faculty)

http://wsba.vo.llnwd.net/v1/Graphics/BUN18EP/17505-2.png The Changing Limits of Attorney-Client Privilege and Duties Owed to Clients
Original Program Date:   December 7, 2016

This recorded session was presented as part of the live seminar and webcast, The 14th Annual Law of Lawyering Conference - Day 1, recorded on December 7, 2016, in Seattle, WA.

In this recorded session, examine developments in the scope of the attorney-client privilege and duties to clients, including the recent Washington Supreme Court opinion limiting the extension of the privilege to former employees, the availability of the privilege to lawyers seeking legal advice from lawyers in their firm, and privilege and duty issues arising when retained by a carrier to represent insureds.(Full program agenda and faculty)

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