Oklahoma MCLE - Trusts and Estates Courses

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  • How The New Proposed Tax Bill Can Impact Your Retirement Account

    The recent tax proposal released by the House Ways & Means Committee has a huge impact on retirement accounts. This informative CLE course will provide details to key provisions of the proposal including the $10m retirement account cap, the elimination of Backdoor Roth IRA and of Mega Backdoor Roth IRA’s. Other provisions to be discussed include: Asset holding prohibitions Investment using IRA’s in entities for which you are an owner Statute of limitations extensions And more More Info

    1.5General Credits
  • The Patent Process for the Curious: What Lawyers Need to Know

    Patent law is one of the lesser known areas of law, in particular from a procedural standpoint. Special licensing and exclusive exams, as well as an undergraduate degree in science or engineering, dictate who can practice patent law and only practitioners will have real in-depth knowledge. With only about 40,000 active practitioners in the US, course work in the field is extremely limited. Regardless, it isn’t uncommon for an attorney with little or no background in patent prosecution... More Info

    1General Credit
  • 10 Clauses Fiduciaries Hate

    Drafting a trust document requires specific skills. Practitioners who draft trust documents don’t always consider that certain terms or language can make it very hard for the fiduciaries who are trying to enforce the grantor’s wishes. Undefined terms, conflicting passages or simple lack of clarity can cause serious complications. This CLE course will discuss these clauses and offer some ideas for fixes that can be incorporated into these problem provisions. More Info

    1General Credit
  • How to Handle Appraisals for Donations of Property

    The Internal Revenue Service frowns upon the overvaluation of real estate gifts. Appraisers thinking they are doing the donor a favor by providing a high range may actually do more damage than good. This CLE course will explain that whether it’s real estate, art, or any other property, the appraisal process must be carefully managed. The course will also detail the 30% limit on adjusted gross income on gifts and how that may impact appraisals. More Info

    1General Credit
  • Investment Strategies for Trusts

    In order to invest a trust asset, a trustee must consider and balance a variety of factors to ensure they are acting in the best interest of beneficiaries. Compliance with legal principles regarding asset management, particularly in the absence of specific guidance in trust documents, is likewise crucial. This CLE course will explain the best strategies for trustees to follow and use particular examples such as the Uniform Prudent Investor Act, adopted by many states, which requires t... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Unequal Inheritances: A Final Parental Communication

    This CLE course will address the issue of dispositive provisions and how they may impact estate planning in the case of a will or removable trust. The course will explain what these provisions entail and how to analyze them effectively. The course will address the issue of whether they should be equal or fair and how to explain the various factors to your clients to come to the best determination. More Info

    1General Credit
  • Best Technologies for Practice Development

    Estate planning practices, like those in other markets, have been drastically altered by technology. With most firms going paperless and utilizing cloud-based software, document generation software and other products to facilitate better interactions with clients as well as improved management and efficiency, the industry is seeing a serious upheaval in the way it functions. Remote work as a result of COVID-19 has had an impact as well. This CLE course will explore these changes and ho... More Info

    1General Credit
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