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47th Annual Midwest-Midsouth Estate Planning Institute

Thursday, July 30, 2020 - 8:00am to Friday, July 31, 2020 - 5:00pm

Keeneland Racecourse

• • •  UPDATE 5/28/2020  • • •

The in-person Annual Midwest-Midsouth Estate Planning Institute on July 30 & 31, 2020, has been canceled.

However, it has been RESTRUCTURED as a webinar to be delivered via Zoom. If you were registered for this program, UK/CLE will carry over your registration. The agenda for the conference should remain the same.

For more information, download a PDF of the 47th Annual Midwest-Midsouth Estate Planning Institute brochure.

Zoom Requirements:

  • Stable, high-speed internet connection
  • Desktop/laptop computer, tablet, phone, or other mobile device
  • No Zoom account needed to attend!

More information on using Zoom:

If you have already registered, contact UK/CLE at 859-257-2921 to have your credit balance refunded, or to cancel.

Thank you for your support of UK/CLE.

Tentative topics include:

  • Things About Which We Should Be Fired Up, Worried, Surprised, Or Shocked
  • Estate Planning and Trust Management for a Brave New World: It’s All in the Family…What’s a Family ?
  • Modern Practice in Estate Litigation Matters
  • Trust and Tax Planning for IRAs in Light of SECURE Act
  • Correcting Misconceptions, Dispelling Myths and Setting the Record Straight about Elder Law and the Long-Term Care World
  • Life Cycle of a Family Foundation and Other Charitable Planning Issues
  • The KBA Probate & Trust Law Section Annual Case Law & Legislative Update and Practitioner’s Roundtable
  • The Past Year’s Most Significant, Curious, or Downright Fascinating Fiduciary Cases
  • We Love You but We Don’t Trust You: Preventing Your Child’s Spouse from Becoming a Trust Beneficiary if They Divorce
  • Ethical Challenges when Dealing with Elder Financial Abuse
  • Life Post-Kaestner: Constitutional Considerations in the State Taxation of Trusts
  • Protecting Client Data: Ethics, Security, and Practicality for Estate Planners
  • Ten Tools Every Estate Planner Should Know How to Use