Will Drafting Basics for 2019 CLE
Will Drafting: Basics and Beyond – 2019



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Course Description

This program was recorded on October 11, 2019

Many lawyers are asked to draft wills for existing clients whether or not their practices include estate planning. If you’d like to supplement your practice with will drafting, this course is for you. The seminar addresses the basics of will drafting, along with a discussion of whether a will is the appropriate foundation for your client’s estate plan. Each element of the will is discussed, along with execution requirements and supplementary documents, complicating issues, the client consultation, and the basics of non-probate transfers.

Attorney Karen LampryKaren Lamprey
Karen Lamprey practices family law and estate planning in Denver, Colorado. Karen believes in client-centered and compassionate representation of her clients. Since she opened her firm in 2010, her team has provided rational guidance and support to help clients achieve their goals in and out of the courtroom. Her practice areas include divorce, custody, child support, adoption, and estate planning.

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2 General Credits

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  1. The Consultation
  2. Intestate vs. Testate Succession
  3. Non-Probate Transfers
  4. Wills vs. Trusts
  5. Complicating Issues
  6. Supplemental Documents
  7. Execution of a Will
  8. When to Update an Estate Plan
  9. The Elements of a Will