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50 Points of Law - Estate Planning: Major Developments & Traps for the Unwary

MCLE’s 50th Anniversary Series

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    On the occasion of MCLE’s golden anniversary, MCLE introduces its MCLE 50 Points of Law, a series of FREE one-hour programs that celebrate the practice of law and our profession. Presented by experts in their respective fields, each program in this series addresses a different practice area, covering major developments and traps for the unwary over the past 50 years. This is our anniversary gift to you!

    The days of gathering around the lawyer and “reading the Will” are long over. We know where we have been, but do we know were we are going? Passing assets to the next generation is no longer enough; we need to counsel our clients on protecting family relationships, businesses, and wealth. Have you drafted your first Risk Management Policy Statement? And irrevocable trusts—are there such a thing anymore in the world of protectors, non-judicial settlements, and decanting? What if your client wants the estate plan set in stone? Is that no longer possible? And finally, the family business has new hope to make it pass that intractable third generation with the perpetual business purpose trust. Put down that Will drafting pen and join our panelists as they leap into the future.

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    Melissa F. Langa, Esq., Bove & Langa, PC, Boston

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    Patricia M. Annino, Esq., Rimon, PC, Boston
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