Fully Account for the Assets and Expenses of the Estate
This practical legal guide zeroes in on one of the toughest aspects of estate administration: the estate inventory and final accounting. Simplify your processes and prevent mistakes with our experienced attorneys' hard-won advice and practice tools. Register today!
Distinguish between probate assets, beneficiary designation accounts and other non-probate assets.
Address and record creditor claims and estate expenses.
Get a quick overview and update on tax reporting for estates.
Review and discuss a sample final accounting document to ensure you're not missing crucial information.
This course is part of the Estate Administration in Connecticut series.
ALYSON R. MARCUCIO is an attorney and member with Chipman Mazzucco Emerson LLC. She practices in the firm's estate planning and probate group, with considerable emphasis on elder law. Her practice in elder law includes long term care, incapacity and special needs planning, eligibility for Medicaid and other public benefits, and conservatorship proceedings. Ms. Marcucio is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association, Elder Law and Estates & Probate Section; the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Connecticut Chapter, Board of Directors, Program Committee; as well as the American Bar Association and the Connecticut Bar Association. She earned her B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from the University of New Haven; her J.D. degree, cum laude, from Quinnipiac University School of Law; and her LL.M. degree from Boston University School of Law.
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