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When & How to Use Nominee Trusts in Estate Planning

Protecting privacy and effectuating estate planning goals involving real estate transfers

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    Nominee trusts are often used in the context of real estate transfers, primarily to protect the privacy of the parties involved and effectuate estate planning goals. Learn what a nominee trust is and how and why they are used in real estate transfers. Hear the speakers review how nominee trusts are structured and discuss important factors to consider when drafting these types of trusts on behalf of your clients. They also discuss real estate title issues encountered when utilizing nominee trusts, explore the use of trustee certificates as an alternative to recording a nominee trust, and conclude by highlighting some of the basic traps for the unwary when attorneys utilize nominee trusts in their practice.

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    Laurel M. Millette, Esq., Transitions Law LLC, Concord
    Kristin A. Monaco, Esq., Nigro, Pettepit & Lucas LLP, Newburyport
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    • $130.50 - MCLE Sponsor Member
    • $72.50 - New Lawyer
    • $72.50 - Pending Admittee
    • $72.50 - Law Student
    • $72.50 - Paralegal
    • $145.00 - All Others
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