New and seasoned practitioners alike will benefit from this overview of estate planning in New Jersey.
- The purpose of estate planning
- Wealth transfer taxation
- Government dictated default consequences
- Review of documents
- Some advanced planning techniques
- Planning for incapacity
- Practical asset protection planning, digital estate planning, prudent investing and post mortem planning
- Ethical considerations in estate planning practice
This program also qualifies for New Jersey newly admitted lawyer credit for estate planning practice.
NJ CLE Information: This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 3.3 hours of total CLE credit.
Cheryl Nidorf Austin, Deputy Surrogate of Camden County
Herbert D. Hinkle, Esq., retired founding partner of Hinkle, Fingles, Prior & Fischer, P.C., has represented people with disabilities continuously since 1974. Mr. Hinkle is an adjunct professor at Rutgers Law School and teaches Estate Planning, Estates & Trusts and Elder Law.
Adam P. Wilson, Esq., Hinkle, Fingles, Prior & Fischer, P.C. Mr. Wilson specializes in disability law and counsels clients on a wide range of issues including special education, adult services, and estate planning.