*Endorsed by the Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin
Put your affairs in order
Only four in ten U.S. adults have a will or living trust.1 That leaves a large majority of people with incomplete or nonexistent estate planning.
Effectively counsel your clients to ensure their wishes are carried out with help from the 38th Annual Estate Planning Update. It digs deeper into trends and issues today’s attorneys must be familiar with in order to best serve their clients. Veteran practitioners will share insights and guidance on topics such as:
- Recent state and federal legislation and case law
- Decanting trusts
- Nonjudicial settlement agreements
- Qualified beneficiaries
- Creditor protections for married people
Advice for avoiding probate
Clear the way for clients to smoothly and directly move assets to beneficiaries with nonprobate transfers. Discover if a nonprobate transfer is a smart move in common scenarios. Plus, explore situations where assets are best left to estate administration.
Pulling the trigger on gun trusts
Do you count hunters, marksmen, or gun collectors among your clientele? Learn the pros and cons of holding firearms in trust. Receive an introduction to the National Firearms Act and how it laid the foundation for gun trusts. Also, understand how to create an effective trust.
Estate planning essentials in one place
If you want tools and tips for counseling clients on the intricacies of appropriate estate planning, then make plans to attend the 38th Annual Estate Planning Update. Purchase today!