Estate Administration Basics Seminar Presented by Attorneys of The Lynch Law Group

Estate Administration Basics Seminar Presented by Attorneys of The Lynch Law Group

The Lynch Law Group is pleased to announce that Charles Hadad, Partner and Chair of the Estates and Trusts Practice Group, will be presenting a seminar on Estate Administration Basics. This seminar, hosted by the Allegheny County Bar Association’s Probate and Trust Law Section, is set to take place on Wednesday, August 2, at 11:30 am.

Key Topics to be Covered

The seminar is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of estate administration for young attorneys interested in expanding their expertise into the area of Estates and Trusts. Topics that will be covered during the seminar include:

  • Opening an Estate
  • Understanding Probate
  • The aftermath when an individual dies without a Will
  • Duties of the Personal Representative
  • Closing an Estate Plan

…and more. The presentations from Hadad and Masotto will provide an enriching and detailed examination of these subjects, highlighting the essential steps and considerations involved in effective estate administration.

About The Presenters

Charles Hadad is an experienced and respected attorney who brings his expertise as the Chair of the Estates and Trusts Practice Group to the seminar. He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge in Estates and Trusts, making him an ideal guide for this seminar.

For Young Attorneys Venturing into Estates and Trusts

The seminar aims to provide essential knowledge and practical tips to young attorneys interested in the field of Estates and Trusts. By attending, they’ll gain a deeper understanding of estate administration, which will allow them to better serve their future clients in this area of law.

For more information or to register for the seminar, please visit the Allegheny County Bar Association’s website by clicking the link below. The last day to pre-register is Monday, July 31.

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