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The 2017 Real Property Probate and Trust Section Midyear Meeting and Conference

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

COURSEBOOK

Stay current in your practice by learning up-to-the-minute content with these course materials. 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. Topics include:

  • Case law and legislative updates
  • 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.

Coursebook Length: 854 pages

Seminar Date: Jun 09, 2017
Product Code: C17704

  • List Price: $95.00
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Back to The 2017 Real Property Probate and Trust Section Midyear Meeting and Conference

WSBA-CLE coursebooks are the written materials submitted by presenters at WSBA-CLE?s many topical and timely continuing legal education seminars each year. This product consists only of the coursebook in print form. If you have purchased the on-demand version of this program, a coursebook is already included in your purchase.

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)

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