Michigan CLE - Trusts and Estates Courses

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  • New Jersey Attorney Trust And Business Accounting Fundamentals

    The Court Rules and the RPCs, require attorneys practicing in the State of New Jersey to maintain trust and business accounts. This comprehensive CLE course focuses on the various rules and practical ethics of establishing the trust and business accounts. The course will also offer practical tips on maintaining these types of accounts as well as strategies for avoiding the myriad potential pitfalls and errors that many new attorneys encounter. More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Corporate Transparency Act: Lessons from Round One of Implementation

    Pursuant to the Corporate Transparency Act ("CTA"), many legal entities, both foreign and domestic, operating in the United States, have contemplated whether to file beneficial ownership information ("BOI") reports with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network ("FinCEN"). This CLE course, presented by an interdisciplinary panel of specialists, will address the commercial practicalities of compliance with the CTA as well as the complexities. While the reporting requirements will only in... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • The Nuts and Bolts of Guardianships

    Guardianship proceedings differ from advanced directives such as health care proxies and powers of attorney. This CLE course will address the basics of guardianship proceedings, also known as conservatorships in some states, when such proceedings should be commenced and what courts look for in these proceedings. The course will also explain the Uniform Health Care Decisions Act, which was passed in many states and explain a variety of issues related to guardianships/conservatorships th... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Offshore Versus Domestic Asset Protection, What You Need To Know

    Presented by a seasoned Asset Protection Attorney, this CLE course will offer an extensive examination of the most prevalent domestic and international tools designed to protect your clients' assets from legal disputes. The course will cover: An Explanation of Asset Protection The Role of Asset Protection in today's increasingly litigious society A historical timeline tracing the evolution of the Asset Protection Industry A review of the most commonly employed strategies for asset... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Starting Strong: Estate Planning Strategies for Premarital and Newlywed Couples

    This CLE program equips attorneys with vital insights for effectively navigating the intricate intersection of love, marriage, and estate matters. The course explores essential topics, including prenuptial agreements, collaborative estate planning, tax implications, and considerations for legacy planning. Attorneys will acquire practical tools to facilitate effective communication among clients regarding their estates, assist in the management of shared assets, and contribute to planni... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Safeguarding Your Business & Investment Clients with Proactive Asset Protection & Estate Planning

    The goal of Asset Protection & Estate Planning Program for Business & Investment Clients is to address both legacy and family considerations as well as provide complete asset protection while optimizing tax benefits. This CLE course will provide everything you need to know to design a program that is both easy-to-use and flexible enough to apply even as a portfolio grows. The programs must also be able to hold up under any legal scrutiny and be fully integrated so that assets are not le... More Info

    $55
    2General Credits
  • Business Valuation for Attorneys

    There is a valuation process that takes place with every client, and determining the value of a client’s business or business interest is often critical to meeting their needs and can impact the outcome of their case. Valuation is therefore crucial to a variety of legal issues such as divorce, estate planning, partnership disputes, sales and other transactions. This CLE course will offer a review of the potential needs and basic tenets of valuations. The course will explain the options... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Will, Trusts, and Advanced Directives: Know What is Right for Your Client

    This comprehensive CLE course will present effective planning tools related to Last Wills & Testaments and trusts. The course will introduce succession planning, estate planning and how to plan using wills and trusts, as well as more advanced directives including POA’s, living wills and health care proxies. Medicaid planning, tax planning and asset protection when creating estate plans as well as the impact of the Uniform Health Care Decisions Act that advocates the inclusion of standa... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • How to Prepare for Long-Term Care Costs

    The demographics of aging has an impact on many areas of law, including insurance law. This CLE course will discuss the impact on wealth transfer as well as other issues that arise from using long-term care insurance to provide for aging individuals. The course will address the various tax opportunities available to business owners who seek to protect themselves and their families by leveraging their businesses. The course will also cover Medicaid planning and other products that addre... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
  • Pitfalls To Avoid When Real Estate and Matrimonial Issues Collide

    Matrimonial law requires attorneys to possess a wide breadth of knowledge since it intersects with many other areas of laws including immigration, contracts, criminal law, property, insurance, trusts, estates and taxes. The place where matrimonial and real estate law overlap is particularly complex and fascinating. Divorcing couples typically jointly own at least one piece of property, usually the marital residence, though some couples may own many properties. From rental properties,... More Info

    $29
    1General Credit
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