CEB is renowned as the leading source of California estate planning resources, with offerings in Planning, Trust & Probate Practice, Taxation, and Elder Law & Incapacity, among others. Our authoritative and recognized publications include Drafting California Revocable Trusts, California Trust Administration, California Decedent Estate Practice, and Fiduciary Accounting Handbook. The OnLAW Estate Planning Library—a virtual encyclopedia of estate planning law—provides online legal analysis and procedural guidance written by and for California judges and lawyers. We offer many Estate Planning CLE programs and webinars and maintain an especially large library of Estate Planning On Demand programs.
Join James Treggiari and Elizabeth Combs of Legal Assistance for Seniors to learn how lawyers can help seniors fight back against abuse and access the benefits to which they are entitled.
1 hour MCLE Credit
Recorded 9/23/17 at the Public Service Law Conference, Civil Rights in the 21st Century. The first combined conference of UC’s four law schools focused on public interest, it was developed by UC Office of the President in partnership with CEB.
Join Judith Tang and Nicole Warmerdam as they discuss, from the standpoint of an estate planner, issues relating to real property ranging from anticipating the legal and tax consequences of titling real property to understanding the implications of inheriting real property, as well as holding real property in a living trust and gifting real property.
1.5 hours MCLE Credit. Specialization: 1 hour in Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law
Webinar: April 24 (Wednesday) - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Being a trustee can be a thankless job. In addition to the basic tasks and responsibilities of the work, liability risk is a factor, as well as handling tension between family members and potentially other parties. This program delves into the challenge of advising clients on the selection of a trustee and the protections a trustee may require to serve.
1 Hour MCLE Credit, including 1 Hour Specialization in Estate Planning
Portability of the estate tax exemption between married couples is the most significant development in estate tax law in over three decades. So what does 'portability' mean? Should you consider this option in your client's estate plan? And how do you elect to add the exemption? You will learn the answers to these questions and more in this program taught by one of the most highly sought-after estate planning experts in the nation, Keith Schiller.
1 Hour MCLE Credit. Specialization:
Specialization: Estate Planning, Trust & Probate; Taxation
1 hour MCLE Credit. Specialization: EstatePlanning, Trust & Probate; Taxation
For some clients, the retirement plan assets are among the most valuable assets in the estate. These assets may not provide their full economic potential unless the estate plan reflects expert guidance through challenges that are unique. This program is designed to give you an overview of what to consider when planning for retirement assets.
1.5 Hours MCLE Credit. Specialization: Estate Planning and Tax
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