Texas Paralegal Division Blog

Bringing you the vision and actions of the TXPD.

  • PD Mission

    To enhance paralegals' participation in the administration of justice, professional responsibility and public service in cooperation with the State Bar and to provide a state-wide organization for communication between paralegals in the State.
  • Archives

  • Recent Comments

    Angie Laird on In Memory – Wendi Atwood…
    Webinar to train par… on Free Paralegal Division Webina…
    Mary Wintermote on PD DISTRICT 3 SPRING FLING A…
    district2dir on District 2 Member Appreciation…
    PD President on Be Part of the Elite – P…

PD WEBINAR – DISPOSITION OF DECEDENTS’ ESTATES – SEPTEMBER 17, 2015

Posted by Texas Paralegal Division Blogger at blog@txpd.org on September 10, 2015

CLE WEBINAR PRESENTED BY THE PARALEGAL DIVISION
$40.00 – PD MEMBERS
(If you are a member of the Paralegal Division, please ensure that your membership number is correctly reflected in the Membership number field on your account.)
$50.00 – Non PD Members

 Join us for a Webinar
The audio and slides for this course are through your computer.

September 17, 2015 (Thursday)
12:00 pm1:00 pm (CDT)
Disposition of Decedents’ Estates
Credits: 1 TBLS-Civil Trial Law and Estate Planning & Probate Law; 1 CLE

Will
Speaker: Sara Norman, Attorney at Law, Orgain Bell & Tucker, LLP, Beaumont, TX
This presentation will be an overview of the disposition of decedents’ estates. Including, probate vs. non-probate assets, affidavits of heirship, probate of will as muniment of title, and traditional probate.  The presentation will also discuss the significant issues facing testators and their estate plans.

This topic has the potential of helping paralegals working in all areas of law because the issues involved in probate and estate touch every area of law from time to time. 

(click HERE to register)

To report problems after registering for webinar:
Contact at (877) 880-1335
Email support@inreachce.com

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.

 
%d bloggers like this: