Webinar - 2019 Legislation Affecting Estate Planning and Administration
-1.0 CLE Credit
The Montana Legislature made important revisions to our intestacy, elective share, and exempt property statutes. Senate Bill No. 225 also changed some important probate procedural provisions. Further, courts may now correct mistakes in a will and other governing instruments if necessary to implement the testator’s intention. The Bill included the adoption of the Uniform Disclaimer of Property Interests Act and the Uniform Real Property Transfer on Death Act. The CLE presenters will tell you how these and other provisions of S.B. 225 and the provisions of two other bills will affect your estate planning and estate administration practice.
Ed Eck of counsel with Church, Harris, Johnson and Williams and Professor Emeritus of the Alexander Blewett III School of Law, has long been associated with law reform. He co-chaired and chaired committees that resulted in adoption of the Montana Trust Code in 1989 and 2013.
Dirk Williams' practice focuses on the trust & estates field, with a specific concentration on fiduciary guidance and helping clients and families find workable solutions when a plan has ceased to be effective. Dirk strives to resolve complex trust and estate issues through listening and creative problem solving and, when all other avenues have been exhausted, trust & estate litigation.
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$55.00 for non-section members, $35.00 for BETTR Section Members
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