Guiding Clients in Guardianship Selection for Minor Children
Guiding Clients in Guardianship Selection for Minor Children



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Course Description

This program was recorded on April 16, 2019

This course will teach you to Guide Clients Toward Nomination Of Guardians To Avoid Having Planning Stall In Difficult Situations With No Obvious Nominations. We discuss the considerations of nuanced factors and go over alternative nomination structures.

Attorney Krista DuppsKrista Dupps

Krista Dupps received her Juris Doctorate from the University of San Diego School of Law in 2005 and was admitted to the California State Bar in December of that same year. For over ten years, Mrs. Dupps has been an estate planning attorney, specializing in trusts, estates, trust and estate administration, and probate. Mrs. Dupps has worked extensively with the administration of trusts and estates. She works diligently to assist Trustees with carrying out their fiduciary duties and helps them to navigate the sometimes complex process of administering a trust and estate.

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  1. Nuanced Factors to Consider
  2. Weighing the factors
  3. Alternative nomination structures
  4. Additional Considerations