NYSBA Member: $175
A Critical Review of MHL Article 81: How Can the Legal Community Do Better?
Intended to supplement the basic guardianship training course, this program will provide practical advice to the Article 81 Guardianship practitioner enabling them to face the current challenges facing the practice and continue to meet the needs and protect the rights of (alleged) incapacitated persons. Seasoned counsel will discuss the current factors creating challenges to meeting client needs, a historical perspective of guardianship practice, whether non-lawyers should be appointed as evaluators as well as practical advice and best practice tips. A judicial roundtable will explore the current status of Article 81 guardianships from the perspective of the judiciary. This program is sure to offer something to enhance the practice for participants of all levels of experience.
Sponsored by the Elder Law & Special Needs Section, the Trusts & Estates Law Section and the Committee on Continuing Legal Education.
Live & Webcast
Friday, September 27, 2019 | New York City
9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Elder Law & Special Needs Section | Trusts & Estates Law Section | Committee on Continuing Legal Education
6.5 MCLE Credits
6.5 Areas of Professional Practice
NYSBA Member: $175 | Non-Member: $275
Co-sponsoring Section Member: $125
- Factors That Create and Exasperate Challenges to Meet the Needs and Protect the Rights of (Alleged) Incapacitated Person
- Judicial Perspectives on the State of Article 81 Guardianships in NYS
- Historical Perspective in the Context of a Reality Check: Why Does if Feel Like We've Been Here Before
- Is There Such a Thing as a Simple Guardianship (Where Counsel Does Not Require Litigation Skills)
- Should Non-Lawyers Be Appointed from the Part 36 List as Court
- Evaluators and/or Property Management Guardians for (Alleged) Incapacitated Persons
Robert Abrams, Esq., Abrams Fensterman LLP, Lake Success
Rose Mary Bailly, Esq., NY State Law Revision Commission
Patricia Bave, Esq., Kommer, Bave & Ollman, LLP, NYC
Honorable Arthur Diamond, Supreme Court, Nassau County
Fern J. Finkel, Esq., Finkel & Fernandez LLP, Brooklyn
Brian R. Heitner, Esq., Seltzer Sussman Heitner LLP, Jericho
Honorable Judge Tanya Kennedy, Supreme Court, New York County
Anthony Lamberti, Esq., Armstrong & Lamberti, PLLC, Staten Island
Hon. Charles Troia, Supreme Court, Richmond County
Newly Admitted Attorneys: To receive skills credit, newly admitted attorneys must take accredited transitional CLE courses in traditional live classroom settings that have been approved by the CLE Board for use by newly admitted attorneys. For more information about the CLE Rules, please go to www.nycourts.gov/Attorneys/CLE.
Out of State Accreditation: This program has also been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California, the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board and the Board of Continuing Legal Education of the State of New Jersey. If you require MCLE credit in other states, we can provide you a Uniform MCLE Form.
Partial Credit for Program Segments Not Allowed: Under the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board Regulations and Guidelines, attendees at CLE programs cannot get MCLE credit for a program segment (typically, a lecture or panel, of which there are usually several in a program) unless they are present for the entire segment. Those who arrive late, depart early, or are absent for any portion of the segment WILL NOT receive credit for that program segment.
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If you have any questions about this program, please contact staff attorney Sally Bratten.