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eWills: The 60-Minute Lawyer

Electronic wills are already a reality for some. Are we ready for them?

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    Electronic signatures have become the norm in many types of business and financial transactions, but is the estate planning community ready for them? Although Massachusetts does not yet have a statute providing for electronic signatures or authentication characteristics in connection with wills, eWills are already a reality in several states. Even if Massachusetts does not enact an eWill statute, Massachusetts practitioners can still expect to have to deal with foreign eWills. This program focuses on the current state of eWills and what the future may hold for those of us who practice in Massachusetts.

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    Karen L. Witherell, Esq., Bove & Langa, PC, Boston
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    • $112.50 - MCLE Sponsor Member
    • $93.75 - New Lawyer
    • $93.75 - Pending Admittee
    • $93.75 - Law Student
    • $93.75 - Paralegal
    • $125.00 - All Others
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