Wiley Organizer and Co-Moderator of the NCBA’s Surrogate’s Court, Trusts & Estates Committee CLE entitled, “A Thin Line: Planning and Litigation Strategies to Safeguard Against Undue Influence”

November 14, 2016 | Trusts & Estates

On November 16, 2016, the Nassau County Bar Association Surrogate’s Court, Trusts & Estates Committee will be presenting a three-hour CLE, “A Thin Line: Planning and Litigation Strategies to Safeguard Against Undue Influence,” at the Nassau County Bar Association.  The program will examine this age-old problem from the civil perspectives of an estate planner and an estate litigator, and from the criminal perspective of the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office.  Additionally, speakers from the District Attorney’s Office will discuss the agency’s new multidisciplinary team approach to review elder abuse cases and coordinate responses in order to improve outcomes, and raise public awareness of the problem.

Dennis Wiley, one of the co-chairs of the committee and a member of the firm’s Trusts, Estates and Taxation Group, helped organize the event and will be one of the moderators.

For more information and to register, click here.

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