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Are you an estate planning or probate attorney looking to gain a deeper understanding of the ethical challenges that often arise in your practice? Join us for a Justia Webinar delving into the intricate world of conflicts and intrafamilial representation in estate planning and administration.
The law of estate administration and planning often presents complex legal issues involving members of the same family and other related individuals. This means that the conflicts issues facing attorneys practicing in the estate planning and administration space often present unique challenges for the lawyers involved. Attorneys must be able to spot potential ethical issues and then mitigate and respond to conflicts appropriately.
In our next Justia Webinar, guest speaker Leah Del Percio of Trustate will explore the various types of conflicts frequently encountered by estate planning attorneys and discuss strategies to mitigate them while employing ethically sound practices.
Learn More About This CLE Webinar
Navigating & Mitigating Ethical Conflicts in Estate Administration & Planning is designed to offer lawyers valuable insights and practical knowledge about conflicts issues in an estate practice. You can expect to learn ways to identify sources of potential conflicts in estate planning and administration, as well as ethically sound methods for handling conflicts, including the use of conflict waivers in common scenarios.
The presentation begins promptly at 3:00 p.m. ET/12:00 p.m. PT on Friday, November 3, 2023 and is accredited for one hour of Legal Ethics MCLE credit in California.
Register for This Justia Webinar
All licensed U.S. attorneys are invited to join Justia’s webinars! Simply activate your free Justia Connect membership for legal professionals by claiming your free Justia Lawyer Directory profile. Once your profile is claimed, register for the presentation via your Justia Connect dashboard, the Justia CLE & Webinar Center, or the individual webinar page.
Earn CLE Credit
Navigating & Mitigating Ethical Conflicts in Estate Administration & Planning is approved for one hour of Legal Ethics MCLE credit in California. If you are licensed outside of California, other jurisdictions may award CLE credit using the jurisdiction’s applicable self-submission policies or reciprocity rules.
Earning CLE credit for approved Justia Webinars is an exclusive benefit offered for our Justia Connect Pro members. If you are not a Justia Connect Pro and wish to receive CLE credit for attending this course, you can upgrade here. The course will also be available in the future as an on-demand CLE for Justia Connect Pros who are unable to attend live.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to enhance your knowledge and skills in ethically handling conflicts issues in an estate planning and administration practice!
If you have additional questions about this webinar, you can get more details and register on the individual webinar course page. Should you have any additional questions about our free Justia Connect Basic Memberships or Justia Connect Pro, we invite you to explore the information available in the Justia Connect Help Center.Related Posts
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