The world of estate planning and trust administration is fraught with a variety of landmines, and only the diligent can detect and avoid them consistently. An estate planning professional’s behavior and performance may be judged unethical or even illegal in a given circumstance even if he or she is exceptionally knowledgeable about the substantive law. In this teleconference, we will delve into the following issues and concerns to which both lawyers and fiduciaries would be well-advised to pay close attention:
Hosted at The Trust Company of Tennessee’s Knoxville office. Boxed lunches will be served beginning at noon for those attending in person. Socially distanced seating is available in our conference room for a limited number.
If you are interested in attending virtually, we are exploring options for your participation. Please contact Lindsay Cates at email@example.com.
The industry’s foremost wealth management and estate planning authorities provide commentary and debate over the use of complex financial and legal strategies to best serve their high-net-worth clients. Time is reserved at the beginning of each call for the most current legislative changes impacting the audience and their clients.
Professionals can connect and collaborate on relevant issues while earning continuing education and learning credits to preserve their valuable business credentials.