We interrupt this blog for a special message.
Chalgian and Tripp Law Offices will be hosting a series of conversations about the new divided and directed trustee laws that take effect this month. I wrote about the importance of these new laws in my prior post: The Next Big Thing in Michigan Trust Law (click on the name to read the post).
There is no charge to attend these events, but reservations are required, and seating will be limited.
The events are:
To register, click on the event you would like to attend.
At all three events, the discussion will be led by Attorney Chris Smith. If you don’t know Chris, he is an exceptional special needs and elder law attorney, who is also currently the Chair of the Elder Law and Disability Rights Section of the Michigan State Bar, as well as a member of the Board of Directors of the national Special Needs Alliance.
These are important developments in Michigan trust law. These programs are designed for estate planning attorneys and trust officers. Financial planners who anticipate that they may want to assume fiduciary duties under the new laws should also consider attending.
I hope to see you there.