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Tennessee CLE - Trusts and Estates Courses

This is a listing of Trusts and Estates CLE Courses for Tennessee. Please make your selection below of Tennessee CLE courses. Our courses are available Online, and with iOS/Android App. Click "Add" to purchase Individual CLE Courses. For more information about a particular CLE course, click on a course name.

Trusts and Estates Courses

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Advanced Planning with Trusts

Starting with a general overview of trusts and fundamental concepts and issues common to all trusts, this CLE presentation will quickly advance to topics like revoking irrevocable trusts, keeping trusts flexible and retaining control through the use of trust protectors, special needs planning and asset protection planning. Topics include: Successfully Revoking Irrevocable Trusts Utilizing Trust Protectors Using Trusts for Premarital Planning Effectively Transferring Real Property to...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Asset Protection and Estate Planning Under the New Tax Act

Jacob Stein and Michelle Lerman discuss the changes brought on by the 2017 tax act. The discussion will cover the three critical steps in light of the new tax act, temporary planning opportunities in transfer tax law, pitfalls to avoid in estate planning, the use of irrevocable trusts to protect assets in the event of a divorce. The instructors will provide an overview of asset protection planning under the new tax act, advanced trust structures, offshore structures and how to protect specifi...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Asset Protection Planning

Asset protection is designed to minimize a client’s exposure to risk, ideally before that risk has presented itself. This program will teach you everything you need to know about protecting your client’s assets from frivolous plaintiffs and creditors. Eli Akhavan, a leading expert in asset protection will cover specific planning strategies and solutions, including planning with business entities as well as domestic and foreign trusts. This CLE course will explain how to structure asset prote...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Avoiding Malpractice when Dealing with Retirement Accounts

Most family law attorneys know that a retirement account can be their best asset or their worse liability in a domestic relations case, depending on how they approach these highly complex assets. The failure to cover the specific benefits related to retirement account in settlement and/or trial can set a client up for dissatisfaction, or worse yet, set their attorney up for a malpractice claim. In this one-hour presentation, nationally-renowned QDRO attorney Matthew L. Lundy, Esq. ta...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Crowdfunding: Meeting Humanitarian Needs

Substantial sums of money have been raised by crowdfunding websites. Yet, there seems to be little law, and even less guidance, for those using this fundraising approach. This CLE program will identify some of the legal and tax issues and give advisers background to understand the crowdfunding phenomena and knowledge to help those clients creating or using crowdfunding campaigns for humanitarian purposes.

General Credits
1
Price$50

Dividing Defined Benefit Pension Plans in Family Cases

This one hour CLE, conducted by nationally renowned QDRO attorney Matthew Lundy and expert tax attorney Adam Lusthaus, discusses the fine point of the often maze-like world of defined benefit pension plans in family law cases. It discusses both practical issues to be addressed in settlement agreements, and also high-level concepts related to taxability and valuation of defined benefit plans.

General Credits
1
Price$50

Dividing Federal Civilian and Military Retirement Benefits in Family Cases

This one-hour CLE course, presented by nationally-renowned QDRO attorney Matthew L. Lundy, Esq., deals directly with the fine points of federal and military retirement accounts as they relate to family law cases. These accounts, which are highly complex, are potentially huge liabilities in domestic law cases. Neglecting to cover benefits related to these accounts in settlement or trial will not only cause client dissatisfaction but opens the attorney up to serious malpractice claims. The cours...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Estate Planning and Coronavirus: Planning Considerations in a Time of Crisis

COVID-19 has made any type of long term planning seem even more complicated than it usual is, and given the inherent complexity of estate planning, the task can seem overwhelming. This CLE course will guide you through the various aspects of estate planning that may seem the most daunting including health care proxies, power of attorney, wills, trusts and beneficiary designations. The course will also specifically focus on the impact of the Coronavirus on this area and how it has already adapt...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Estate Planning Retainer Agreements and Engagement Letters

Retainer agreements (engagement letters) are critical to establish and document the understanding the practitioner has with the client. They are an important step that practitioners can take to identify expected actions and protect practitioners from a myriad of potential issues, or worse, ethical problems or suits. What should practitioners consider including in a retainer agreement? How has technology changed the issues that might be addressed? Are text messages an issue? Why is it important...

Ethics Credits
1
Price$50

Estate Tax Repeal Is Not a Temporary or Permanent Certainty: How to Plan Now

The future of the gift, estate and GST tax system is uncertain. The Trump administration might repeal the estate and GST tax (although it is not clear that there is an intent to repeal the gift tax), provide for a capital gains tax on death (and perhaps a capital gains tax on gift), provide for a carryover basis at death, or some other variation of these. Many estate planners have suggested that clients put most planning on hold pending the outcome. Other advisers have suggested completing low...

General Credits
1
Price$50
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