CLE PROGRAM: Animal Law 101

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Starts in 10 Days, 13 Hours

March 5, 2024 1:00 pm

The Animal Rights Committee, Trusts and Estates Committee and Elder Law Committee present a CLE Program:
ANIMAL LAW 101:
TRUSTS AND ESTATES PLANNING FOR YOUR COMPANION ANIMAL

The second in a series! This program will help Trusts and Estates and Elder Law practitioners understand how to guide their clients (and themselves) in creating a complete Estate Plan, one that addresses the companion animal’s needs.  As elder and estate experts, you will discover questions you can ask your client that help design the future care of your client’s pet in the event of their illness or death.  Our speakers will provide attendees with the information needed to review elder and estate planning matters involving surviving companion animals.  The ASPCA and MAAP Plan tools are included, which will assist trusts and estates and elder law attorneys easily plan for their clients’ companion animal needs.

SPEAKERS:

Deb Hamilton, Esq., Principal at Hamilton Law and Mediation

Kelly A. Manning, Esq., Senior Director, ASPCA’s Trusts and Estates Legal Department

Nicole Nahas, Esq., Senior Director of Planned Giving, ASPCA’s Trusts and Estates Legal Department

Date: March 5, 2024
Time: 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Location: Zoom Webinar- invitation to follow upon RSVP
CLE: 1.05 Areas of Professional Practice
Cost: Free – NYWBA and WBASNY

Members and for those not seeking CLE credit**
$25 – Non-members, CLICK HERE to submit payment

RSVP: Before February 28, 2024 to:  animallaw@nywba.org
Info: If you have any questions, please contact cle@nywba.org

RSVP BEFORE February 28, 2024

*CLE Credits: 1.0 Areas of Professional Practice. The New York Women’s Bar Association is an accredited CLE provider. Approval of CLE credit is pending in accordance with the requirements of the New York State CLE Board for the above-listed credit hours for experienced attorneys (those admitted to the New York Bar for more than 2 years) and as transitional credit hours for newly admitted attorneys. Please be advised that, in accordance with the New York State CLE Board Regulations and Guidance, while newly admitted attorneys are encouraged to participate in diversity programs, only experienced attorneys may earn credit in the Diversity, Inclusion and Elimination of Bias category of CLE credit.

** Free NYWBA and WBASNY members, $25, non-member: Full and partial scholarships based on financial need are available. For info on the guidelines and to apply, contact CLE Chair at cle@nywba.org or 212-216-1135. All requests are confidential.