This course, taught by experienced estate planning attorney Jennifer Scharre, will explore professional responsibility rules from three different perspectives. First, we will discuss the perspective of the client and the duties the attorney owes to the client. Second, we will cover the perspective of a fiduciary, and the special rules that apply. Finally, we will review the importance of preserving the attorney client privilege, and practical tips on doing so in Estate Planning practice in California.
Jennifer F. Scharre joined Temmerman, Cilley & Kohlmann, LLP in 2014. Ms. Scharre provides representation in the areas of estate planning, conservatorship matters, guardianship matters and trust and estate administration and litigation.
Her estate planning practice includes the preparation of revocable and irrevocable trusts, wills, durable powers of attorney, advance health care directives, and related estate planning documents.
Ms. Scharre’s trust and decedent’s estate administration practice includes representation of trustees, personal representatives, and beneficiaries in all aspects of trust administration and probate. She also assists trustees and personal representatives with the preparation of trust accountings and estate tax returns.
Ms. Scharre’s practice also includes conservatorships and guardianships, including assisting with the establishment of conservatorship matters in the court system, as well as representation of clients who have preexisting conservatorship and guardianship matters.
Contact an experienced San Jose law firm for assistance in trust and estate and elder law matters. To learn more about Ms. Scharre’s skill, experience, or services, contact our San Jose office by calling 4082907210, our Danville office by calling 9252334399 or contact us online.
Very helpful course even for the non estate and probate attorney Great review of ethics and professionalism
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