42nd Annual Estate Planning Update 2021

Product ID: CA3147R13
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Endorsed by the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

“What do I do when _____?”

Whether your Wisconsin clients are considering a move to a separate property state or you’re navigating what to do when there’s no probate for claims at death, be prepared to answer your clients’ questions with help from the 42nd Annual Estate Planning Update.

Attorneys of all experience levels will benefit from reviewing the most recent developments in state and federal estate planning legislation and case law, as well as discussions of:

  • Charitable planning for sale of business
  • Planning for entry into a nursing home
  • Navigating confidentiality issues with older clients and adult children
  • Spotting financial elder abuse
  • And more!
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Prairie Trust

Wisconsin Lawyers Mutual Insurance Company

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OnDemand seminar

Pricing

Member $269.00

Non-Member $349.00

Credits

7.5 CLE

Date and Time

Monday, January 31, 20228:30 AM - 4:35 PM CT

Add to Calendar 1/31/2022 8:30:00 AM 1/31/2022 4:35:00 PM America/Chicago 42nd Annual Estate Planning Update 2021

Endorsed by the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

“What do I do when _____?”

Whether your Wisconsin clients are considering a move to a separate property state or you’re navigating what to do when there’s no probate for claims at death, be prepared to answer your clients’ questions with help from the 42nd Annual Estate Planning Update.

Attorneys of all experience levels will benefit from reviewing the most recent developments in state and federal estate planning legislation and case law, as well as discussions of:

  • Charitable planning for sale of business
  • Planning for entry into a nursing home
  • Navigating confidentiality issues with older clients and adult children
  • Spotting financial elder abuse
  • And more!
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Endorsed by the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

“What do I do when _____?”

Whether your Wisconsin clients are considering a move to a separate property state or you’re navigating what to do when there’s no probate for claims at death, be prepared to answer your clients’ questions with help from the 42nd Annual Estate Planning Update.

Attorneys of all experience levels will benefit from reviewing the most recent developments in state and federal estate planning legislation and case law, as well as discussions of:

  • Charitable planning for sale of business
  • Planning for entry into a nursing home
  • Navigating confidentiality issues with older clients and adult children
  • Spotting financial elder abuse
  • And more!
Read More ↓

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Program Chairs and Presenters:

Melissa S. Kampmann
Ruder Ware, L.L.S.C.
Wausau

Randy S. Nelson
von Briesen & Roper, S.C.
Milwaukee

Presenters:

Aaron J. Foley
von Briesen & Roper, S.C.
Milwaukee

Joseph M. Higgins
Foley & Lardner LLP
Madison

Jessica A. Liebau
Wessels & Liebau LLC
Mequon

Mark D. Munson
Ruder Ware, L.L.S.C.
Wausau

Victor J. Schultz
Prairie Trust
A Division of Waukesha State Bank
Oconomowoc

H. Wes Taylor
Foley & Lardner LLP
Madison

Shanna N. Yonke
Ruder Ware, L.L.S.C.
Wausau

8:30 a.m. : Recent Developments in Estate Planning

  • Federal case law
  • Federal legislation
  • Wisconsin case law
  • Wisconsin legislation

H. Wes Taylor, Joseph M. Higgins

9:45 a.m. : Break

10:00 a.m. : What to Do When Your Wisconsin Client is Moving to a Separate Property State

  • To preserve the tax benefits of the full basis adjustment
  • To minimize issues with WDOR
  • To avoid probate and ancillary administration
  • To deal with practical issues

Randy S. Nelson

10:50 a.m. : Utilizing Trust Protectors in Practice

  • What is the role of the Trust Protector in trust documents and are there limits on the Trust Protector’s authority?
  • Is the Trust Protector serving in a fiduciary or non-fiduciary capacity?
  • Utilizing the Trust Protector in “real life”

Melissa S. Kampmann, Shanna N. Yonke

11:45 a.m. : Lunch

1:00 p.m. : Charitable Planning for Sales of Businesses and Other Assets

  • Timing of donation
  • Amount of charitable deduction
  • Income recognized upon donation
  • Unrelated business taxable income to charity
  • S corporation stock traps

Aaron J. Foley

1:50 p.m. : What Every Estate Planning Attorney Should Know About Medicaid Eligibility

  • Medicaid eligibility for an individual
  • Medicaid eligibility for a married couple
  • Medicaid eligibility due to gifts and transfers
  • Estate recovery

Mark D. Munson

2:40 p.m. : Break

2:55 p.m. : Where Estate Planning and Elder Law Collide: Considerations for Working with Older Clients

  • Understanding capacity standards and assessing client capacity
  • Best practices for avoiding document contests
  • Navigating conflicts of interest in “elder” estate planning and long-term care planning
  • Addressing elder abuse while preserving client autonomy

Jessica A. Liebau

3:45 p.m. : Claims at Death When There is No Probate

  • Funded revocable trusts
  • Joint tenancies
  • Life insurance and retirement benefits
  • Notices
  • Statute of limitations

Victor J. Schultz

4:35 p.m. : Program Concludes

  • Assess the best planning options for Wisconsin clients moving out of state
  • Find techniques for charitable planning for sale of a business or other assets
  • Analyze whether to take on the role of trust protector
  • Issue spot for clients who may need to enter a nursing home
  • Review best practices for working with elderly clients
  • Navigate claims at death when there is no probate
  • Know the latest in state and federal estate planning legislation and case law
  • Estate planning practitioners
  • Probate attorneys
  • Elder law attorneys
  • General practice attorneys

Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section Discount

Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section members receive a $50 discount on seminar tuition!* Section members must be logged in to view discounted tuition option.

*The $50 discount only applies to the live webcast and webcast replays of this seminar – not to CLE OnDemand. RPPT members with Ultimate Passes, other CLE passes, or PINNACLE discounts are not eligible for this discount. The RPPT Section may discontinue this discount at any time.


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