MM&C Estate Planning Attorneys to Give Seminar on Wills & Trusts for National Business Institute


Glenn Anderson and Helen Whelan of Miller, Miller & Canby’s Trusts & Estates Practice Group will be speaking at the National Business Institute’s CLE Program on Tuesday, October 18.  Titled “Wills & Trusts: Mistakes to Avoid”, their talk will focus on how to prevent and correct estate planning mistakes. It’s designed for attorneys, accountants, estate and financial planners, trust officers and paralegals. Among other topics, the program will include information on correcting errors in will drafting, trust administration and trust structure documents. It will highlight the differences between wills and revocable living trusts, and will also delve into legal ethics. Practical tips for understanding and anticipating client needs, as well as finding the right balance between broad and restrictive trust language will also be explored. For more information or to register for the program, which will be held in Frederick, MD, click here.

Glenn Anderson leads the firm’s Business & Tax and Estates & Trusts Practice Groups.  As both a CPA and apracticing attorney, he has developed a recognized expertise in estate planning with an emphasis on tax law and business succession planning. 

Helen Whelan is a Principal in the firm’s Estates & Trusts Practice Group, and is also a CPA and practicing attorney. She has earned a recognized expertise in estate planning with an emphasis in Elder Law (special needs for the elderly and disabled) and is also certified by the Department of Veterans Affairs to counsel clients with respect to veterans’ benefits.

Miller, Miller & Canby has assisted clients with estate planning for 70 years.  Please feel free to contact Glenn or Helen at 301-762-5212 for estates & trusts and elder law planning needs.  View more information about Miller, Miller & Canby's Elder Law and Estates & Trusts practice by clicking here.
 







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