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CLE: The Basics of Developing an Estate Plan

By Robyn Hagan Cain on July 25, 2011 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

If you need to satisfy continuing legal education requirements - we’re talking to you, New Hampshire and Rhode Island attorneys - or brush up on the particulars of estate planning, you still have time to register for the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Basics of Developing an Estate Plan CLE course on Thursday, July 28.

The seminar will provide advice for developing an estate plan from beginning to end, and address estate taxes, long-term care, and providing for minors. Participants can attend the session from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. EST on site at the Massachusetts Bar office at 20 West Street in Boston, or watch the class via Real-time or On Demand webcast. (Webcast participants will not receive a certificate of attendance.)

Instructors for the course are:

  • Kevin G. Diamond, Esq., program chair
    Shea & Diamond LLP, Holliston
  • Janice C. Nigro, Esq.
    Nigro, Pettepit & Lucas, LLP, Wakefield
  • Lisa M. Rico, Esq.
    Gilmore, Rees & Carlson, P.C., Wellesley Hills

The course costs $40 for MBA paralegals, law students, and new admittees, $80 for members of MBA's Probate Law, Young Lawyers Division, and General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Sections, $115 for MBA members, and $160 for non-members. The registration fee includes permanent links to the program's electronic publication and On Demand webcast in your MBA "My Resources" profile.

To get more information or register for the course, visit the Massachusetts Bar Association's website.

The Massachusetts Bar Association is an accredited sponsor of continuing legal education in New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont and New York. There is no continuing legal education requirement for attorneys in Massachusetts.

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