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Ethics of Managing Family Dynamics in Estate Planning

Efficaciously supervise family interactions when addressing estate planning

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    Family legacy, posterity planning and wealth transfer in estate planning are challenging—adding a difficult family situation can make it seem impossible. Enlightened approaches to various commonplace problems are illustrated by knowledgeable and experienced faculty who guide you through successful management of various family dynamics. Although estate tax minimization has long been a primary focus for estate planning attorneys, the effective estate counsel must be prepared to concentrate on the underlying structural and behavioral considerations from which estate planning solutions should be crafted.

    This seminar spotlights familiar scenarios an estate planning attorney may face when planning for inheritance, ethical considerations, asset distribution, and essential communication approaches to satisfactorily represent your client while reducing family conflicts.

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    Jennifer S. Ewing, Esq., Ropes & Gray LLP, Boston


    Jennifer A. Civitella Hilario, Esq., JC Hilario, PC, Cambridge