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How to Handle Insolvent Estates in Probate: Michelle Martin, Speaker

  • Monday, July 23, 2018
  • 11:45 AM - 1:15 PM
  • Sienna Restaurant, Roseville

Registration

  • Confirmation of Court Staff required;
    Newly admitted attorneys must be PCBA members and have practiced for 3 years or less
  • If seating is available and registration is done after July 19, 2018
  • If seating is available for late registrations or walk-ins of non PEP Law Section Members. Must be a PCBA Member
  • Must be a PCBA Member; can join the PEP Law Section at the event for section dues of $30
  • Must be a PCBA Associate Member
  • Must be a PEP Law Section Member

Registration is closed

Michelle Martin is a senior associate with the Robertson Law Group (www.rlgprobate.com).  Ms. Martin will present on the topic of probate, specifically dealing with insolvent estates.  Her presentation will also cover probate creditors and statutory hierarchy of the various types of debts. Lunch will be at Sienna Restaurant, corner of Eureka Road and Rocky Ridge.


Registration for lunch begins at 11:45 a.m.  Presentation begins at 12:00 p.m.


RSVP Deadline is Thursday, by noon, July 19, 2018 with either online registration and online payment, or check must be received no later than July 19, 2018.  After that date, if seating is available, walk-ins and late registrations price increases by $10.00.


Pricing: PEP Law Section members (and their employees): $35.  (Non-section members may join at the event; section fees are $30); Non PEP Law Section members: $55; Court staff and newly admitted attorneys (0-3 years): $27; PCBA student members: $20


Please be sure to make your lunch selections during registration.


July's Lunch MCLE is proudly sponsored by John A. Cooper, Broker, with Cooper Realty - www.cooperrlty.com 





*This activity is pending for MCLE credit of 1.0 hours in general law category.  This event is for PCBA members and invited guests only.  The PCBA and PEP Law Section reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone whose presence is unreasonably disruptive or who detracts from the safety, welfare and well-being of other patrons, staff and the establishment itself. 



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