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Are you fully confident in your knowledge of the latest court and tax rules and the most effective transfer tools to ensure each client's estate is laid to rest according to the decedent's wishes, with minimal tax burden? This comprehensive legal instruction will give you all the skills you need to administer estates that include trusts and/or business interests without a hitch. Order today!
including - Ethics: 1.00
This program is approved by the Georgia Commission on Continuing Lawyer Competency. This program may qualify for up to 12.0 hours of distance learning continuing legal education credit with the Georgia Commission on Continuing Lawyer Competency, which includes 1.0 hour of distance learning ethical considerations.
BRIAN BOJO is an attorney with McRae, Smith, Peek, Harman & Monroe LLP, in Rome, Georgia, which has existed in Northwest Georgia since 1899. Mr. Bojo is primarily an estate planning lawyer, which has required him to be familiar with law and strategy related to wills, trusts, estate administration, estate, gift, and generation skipping transfer taxes; real estate title and interests; small business issues; small business succession; and a variety of other assets that are held and passed from one generation to another. He is also a student of relationships and relational dynamics that exist among family members. He received a B.A. degree from Toccoa Falls College, J.D. degree from Georgia State University College of Law, and an L.L.M. degree in taxation from New York University School of Law.
MICHAEL BURNS is an attorney with Scroggin & Company PC. He is a frequent speaker in the Atlanta area and his articles have been printed in national publications. Mr. Burns focuses his practice on estate and tax planning, small business representation, trusts, and estate administration. He serves as an adjunct professor at Atlanta's John Marshall Law School and is licensed to practice law in Georgia and Florida. Mr. Burns is a member of the State Bar of Georgia (Tax Section, Business Section, Young Lawyers Division), The Florida Bar (Tax Section), and the Atlanta Bar Association (Estate Planning and Probate Section). He earned his B.A. and B.S. degrees, with honors, from the University of Florida; his J.D. degree, cum laude, from the University of Florida Levin College of Law; and his LL.M. degree, in taxation, from the University of Florida College of Law.
NANCY B. GOODMAN is a sole practitioner and the owner of Nancy B. Goodman, PC. She practices in the areas of estate planning, estate administration, elder law, contracts and closely-held corporate entities. She is admitted to practice in Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Ms. Goodman works as a volunteer with the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation and is on the Board of Directors for the Stonewall Bar Association. She is a member of the Emory Gift Planning Advisory Board, O4W Business Association, State Bar of Georgia, North Carolina State Bar, and South Carolina Bar. Ms. Goodman earned her B.A. degree from Emory University and her J.D. degree from the University of South Carolina. She is a frequent speaker on topics related to estate planning, estate administration, elder law and advanced healthcare directives.
MANDY MOYER is the founder and managing attorney of Georgia Probate Lawyers Moyer, LLC, a boutique firm focused on helping families navigate the legal processes after the death or disability of a family member. She opened her firm earlier this year following a three year tenure as the Forsyth County Probate Court's staff attorney. Ms. Moyer's practice handles probate and estate administration, trust administration, and adult guardianships and conservatorships exclusively. She handles both uncontested and contested cases. Ms. Moyer lives and works in Cumming, Georgia, and focuses her practice geographically on the counties north of Atlanta. She is a frequent speaker and writer on fiduciary law topics. Ms. Moyer is the current president of the Forsyth County Bar Association, a member of the Board of Directors of the Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Georgia, chair of the Young Lawyers Division's Estate and Elder Law Committee, and co-chair of the Fiduciary Law Section's Intranet Committee. She is admitted to practice in state of Georgia, having earned her B.S. degree, summa cum laude, from Kennesaw State University and her J.D. degree from the University of Georgia.
WARREN R. POWER is a founding member of Power Jaugstetter, P.C., and has more than 30 years of professional legal experience focusing on eminent domain and real estate litigation. Mr. Power has represented numerous state and local governments in their acquisitions, and he has represented property owners against various local governments as well as against the United States of America. He has tried more than 60 jury trials, has handled numerous mediations, and has served as a mediator in eminent domain matters. Mr. Power is admitted to practice law in Georgia and Virginia, and he has been admitted pro hac vice in Alabama and Tennessee. He has lectured numerous times over the past 16 years. Mr. Power received his undergraduate degrees from Christopher Newport College in Virginia, and his J.D. degree from Mercer University’s School of Law where he also served as an adjunct professor teaching Real Estate Transactions for 3 years.
DEBRA L. SCOTT is the sole practitioner with The Scott Practice, LLC, where she represents clients concerning estates and trusts matters and fiduciary disputes. With more than 19 years of experience handling fiduciary matters, in 2014 Ms. Scott introduced a new nonprofit consulting division to the law firm called SP Consulting. She has a law, public health and accounting background. Ms. Scott earned her bachelor's degree from the University of California, Riverside, her law degree from Syracuse University College of Law, and her master's degree from Emory University.
HUGH C. WOOD is a partner in the law firm of Wood & Meredith LLP. Mr. Wood has resolved real estate litigation matters and probate litigation matters for over two decades in Georgia. At the intersection of fiduciary litigation and real property litigation, Mr. Wood resolved the largest probate estate-related real estate partition action in Georgia history - 7,000 acres. He is also of counsel to Merolla & Gold, LLP, where they maintain fiduciary litigation practice in Florida. Mr. Wood received his B.S. degree from Auburn University, his J.D. degree from the University of Alabama and his LL.M. degree from Emory University. He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, Virginia State Bar and The West Virginia State Bar and is past president of the Atlanta Bar Real Estate Section.