- Posted April 13, 2018 at 4:02 PM
- Categories Elder Law, Estates & Trusts, MM&C Happenings, Featured Events
The National Business Institute (NBI) is holding a two day conference on “Estate Planning A-Z” in Timonium, Maryland on May 9-10, 2018. The two-day comprehensive course is an ultimate guide to estate planning. From client intake through tax planning and business succession strategies, attendees will receive tips, sample forms and answers to the most pressing questions. The conference will also cover the latest knowledge on effective will and trust planning techniques.
Miller, Miller & Canby Estates & Trusts Attorney, David Lucas, will give a presentation on “Trusts 101”on the second day of the conference, May 10th. Mr. Lucas’ presentation will cover:
• Types, Goals and Functions of Trusts;
• Major Laws Governing Trust Creation and Administration;
• Who are the Main Parties? Their Duties and Responsibilities to a Trust;
• Revocable vs. Irrevocable Trusts;
• Choosing Trust Situs; and
• Trust Funding Basics.
Who Should Attend?
• Estate and Financial Planners
• Trust Officers
• Tax Professionals
Click here for the NBI conference overview and to REGISTER.
Mr. Lucas is an attorney in Miller, Miller & Canby’s Estates & Trusts and Business & Tax practice groups where he focuses his practice on Estate Planning, Trust and Estate Administration, Elder Law and Business Law. David is committed to providing his clients with a well-crafted estate plan so they may avoid probate, protect their assets and legacies, and provide for the security of their loved ones. He takes a special interest in ensuring that the dreams parents have for their children and grandchildren are not lost to taxes, poor planning, or procrastination. He speaks frequently on a variety of estate planning topics to both the general public and private groups.
For more information about Miller, Miller & Canby’s Estates & Trusts and Business & Tax Practices, click here or contact David at 301-762-5212.
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