In this engaging program, our seasoned estate planning attorney faculty will analyze the most popular and the most effective revocable living trust structures. Discover when a revocable living trust is a better alternative to other estate planning tools, gain real-world tips on drafting clauses, and avoid common mistakes that cause troubles down the road. Register today!
Guide clients down the right path - understand the strengths, weaknesses and situational advantages of various estate planning options.
Find out how to address special issues when funding a revocable trust.
Gain practical insights and find out where the traps for the unwary lie.
Review sample trust language to save time drafting yours.
Protect your professional reputation with legal ethics advice from experienced attorneys.
Choosing Between Revocable Living Trusts and Other Estate Planning Tools
Funding the Revocable Trust
Complying with Key Estate Transfer Laws
Ethics in Estate Planning
Drafting Tips and Key Clauses (with Sample Language)
Katie Bindrup is an attorney with the David Bindrup Law Firm PLLC, whose practice is focused in the areas of probate, trust administration, and guardianship. She has worked for a wide variety of legal practices, ranging from multi-billion dollar companies to law firms, including Sedgwick LLP and Snell & Wilmer. What makes Ms. Bindrup unique from most estate planning and probate attorneys, is her background in litigation and negotiation, which is invaluable when dealing with Nevada probates, trust administration, and trust litigation. She earned her B.A. degree from Brigham Young University; her paralegal certificate from Utah Valley University, where she graduated with honors; and her J.D. degree from Cooley Law School, where she was the class valedictory speaker.
Stephanie Gordon is the CEO and managing partner of The Loiyer Firm. She specializes in intellectual property, arbitration/mediation, wills and trusts, and real estate. She frequently counsels businesses from startups through IPO, and establishes companies in the fields of renewable energy, robotics/AI, and green pharmaceutical technologies. With these focuses, she has proffered strategic counsel in the development and growth of patent portfolios, copyright software protection, trademark brand dilution, electric vehicle charging stations, and strategic asset protection for high-net-worth individuals in the areas of trusts and real estate. She often conducts domestic and international arbitration and mediation as a medium to facilitate resolutions. She earned her B.A degree from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her J.D. degree from St. Thomas University College of Law.
Sara Josey is a partner with Select Law Partners, PLLC. Ms. Josey practices exclusively in estate planning. She earned her B.A. degree, summa cum laude, from North Carolina State University; and her J.D. degree from Campbell University, Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. Ms. Josey is licensed to practice in North Carolina and Virginia.
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