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16-Hour New Jersey Bridge-the-Gap, Day 1

Have you recently been admitted to practice in New Jersey? Newly admitted New Jersey attorneys can satisfy the mandatory requirement of taking 15 MCLE credits in specified New Jersey subject areas, taught by attorneys licensed and practicing New Jersey law by attending this program here at the House of the Association. More


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A “How To” Guide to Fiduciary Accountings

A panel of trusts & estates experts will discuss the when, where and how of:• Preparing accountings for executors, trustees, and guardians• Settling account judicially and non-judicially (by agreement), • Calculating executors’ and trustees’ commissions, attorney’s fees • Making distributionsProgram Co-Chairs: DOUGLAS H. More


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Current Developments in Elder Law 2014

This program will provide an overview of significant developments in the practice of elder law.Experienced practitioners will discuss the viability of assisted living residences as nursing home alternatives and the available types of assisted living options including profit, non- profit, and SSI/Medicaid funded facilities and programs. More


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Hot Topics Affecting Estate Litigators: To Infinity & Beyond

The panelists will discuss the commencement of proceedings in Surrogate's Court and related issues of standing, beneficiary status and applicable statute of limitations. Thereafter, the panelists will address burdens of proof and some common evidentiary problems, particularly those surrounding gifts purportedly made by a decedent during his lifetime. More


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How Litigation Can Solve Cases of Financial Elder Abuse

A panel of experienced trust and estates attorneys will discuss litigation-based solutions to correcting financial elder abuse, including contested probate proceedings, discovery and turnover proceedings, and proceedings to recover alleged gifts.Program Chair: Eric W. More


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Introductory Estate Planning For Every Lawyer – Case Studies

This program will utilize case studies to introduce both tax and non-tax estate planning issues that arise routinely in the ordinary course of people’s lives and discuss the relevant estate planning solutions. Non-estate planning attorneys will be introduced to the signals that should alert them to the relevant issues that are likely to arise in their own practices. More


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Living With the New NYS Estate, Gift & Trust Income Tax Provisions

This program will cover in depth the recent significant New York tax law changes affecting estate planning and trusts, and will include a panel discussion addressing how practitioners are advising their clients in its aftermath, also taking into account the massive changes in the federal estate tax landscape brought about by the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012.CLE credit: New York: 3.0 total: 2.0 skills & 0.5 professional practice. More


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Marriage Equality - The 2nd Anniversary - Updates on Case Law and Developments

New York’s passage of a marriage equality law extended many of the rights, privileges and obligations of marriage to same-sex couples who wish to marry in New York. Because Federal Law continues to disregard same-sex marriage, this raises complex legal issues. More


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Tax & Estate Planning Under the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012

Estate planning has become more complicated as a result of the new tax law, especially in decoupled states such as New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Preparing an estate plan involves the interplay of the Federal estate tax, the state estate tax, portability, higher income tax rates, basis step-up, and asset protection. More


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The Multi-State Trusts and Estates Practice: How Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, New Jersey & Pennsylvania Laws Affect New York Trusts & Estates Practitioners

Our ever increasingly mobile society tends to result in New York estates and trusts owning assets in other jurisdictions and having beneficiaries who are not New York residents. In addition, New York residents may change their domicile to another state. As a result, New York practitioners may be required to be conversant with the laws of other states to properly administer the non-New York aspects of New York estates and trusts, and to administer the estates and trusts of clients who have moved from New York to another state. More


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The Role of Insurance Law in Bankruptcy Proceedings: A Roadmap to Preserving & Asserting Rights

Insurance issues are arising more frequently in bankruptcy proceedings. A debtor’s insurance policies often represent the debtor’s most valuable asset. As bankruptcy and insurance law intersect, and sometimes collide, the road can be bumpy. This program offers a roadmap to policyholders, estate creditors, insurance companies and other interested parties who seek to preserve or assert various rights. More


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