Workshop on Preparing Wills and Trust and Transferring non-Titled Property
Workshop on Preparing Wills and Trusts and
Transferring Non-Titled Property
Sponsored by the Cook County Farm Bureau
To Pre-register: Call the Cook County Farm Bureau at 708-354-3276 by April 23. Seats are limited
Speakers and Program Descriptions:
Estate Planning and Trust Administration
Presented by Caroline Hecht, Kelleher & Buckley, LLC
Ms. Hecht concentrates her practice in estate planning for high net worth clients, estate and trust administration, estate and gift taxation, guardianships, contested estates, and complex probate matters. Ms. Hecht also represents business owners with respect to the formation and operation of corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies.
Presented by Robert A. Holland, Kelleher & Buckley, LLC
Mr. Holland concentrates his practice in estate planning, estate and trust administration, taxation, corporate transactional work, business planning, asset protection, residential and commercial real estate transactions and antenuptial agreements. Mr. Holland’s business planning practice includes representation regarding the formation and operation of corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, including ownership agreements, mergers and acquisitions, succession planning, and not-for-profit planning.
Who Gets Grandma's Yellow Pie Plate and Grandpa’s Pocket Watch? Transferring Non-Titled Property!
Presented by Katherine Reuter, Consumer and Financial Education Consultant
Distributing personal items such as wedding pictures, a vase, furniture, jewelry, Grandpa’s pocket watch, or even Grandma's pie plate is an issue that impacts almost all families. Attorneys say that personal property, not the more valuable titled property, causes the most problems when settling an estate. This program will provide tips to help you distribute your own or others non-titled property such as understanding the sensitivity of the issue; deciding what you want to accomplish; deciding what the word “fair” means in your family; identifying the meaning of precious possessions; recognizing distribution options and consequences; and learning how to manage conflicts, if they arise.
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