Prenups: Tips and Techniques to help the Estate Planning, Marital, and Business Attorney
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April 28, 2021
Monroe County Bar Association
Ethics, Family Law, Skills, Trusts and Estates
Prenuptial Agreements cross a number of different practice areas and legal issues. There are concerns regarding spouses' rights to assets and income in divorce, issues related to spouse's rights to assets in death, and, commonly, large issues centered around closely held business interests. This CLE will lay the legal groundwork for these agreements by discussing Domestic Relations Law and Estates, Powers and Trusts Laws concepts essential to drafting a fundamentally sound agreement in basic circumstances and will then expand on these fundamentals to begin to address more complex situations common to the business owner. The goal of the CLE will be to give attorneys practicing in these very different practice areas insights into the thought processes of the overlapping practice areas outside of their expertise.Expand summary
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