Cannon Estate Planning Lunch & Learn
The monthly education series from the Cannon Financial Institute is offered free by the Oklahoma City Community Foundation and provides attorneys, financial planners, CPAs, trust officers and other estate planning professionals an opportunity to connect and collaborate about current wealth management and estate planning topics, while earning continuing education credits.
Topics to be covered in this year-long series are listed in the table below. To learn more about a specific topic, just click on the link. Learn more details about registration and location below.
Dec. 10: Client or Non-client?
Registration is closed.
When we are engaged by clients who are professionals, such as doctors, lawyers, teachers, architects, etc., there are often special estate planning issues that must be addressed. Given their busy lifestyles, and often lack of interest in and attention to financial and legal matters, clients who are professionals sometimes leave a mess following incapacity and/or death. Among the issues we often encounter with this type of client are:
- Proper disposition of professional practices
- Idiosyncrasies of Section 403(b) plans
- Asset protection trusts and techniques
- Estate planning for intellectual property
Speaker: Charles A. Redd, partner in the firm of Stinson Leonard Street LLP, concentrates his practice in estate planning, estate and trust administration and estate and trust-related litigation. He has extensive experience and expertise in drafting estate planning documents; tax planning for individuals, trusts and estates; preparation, filing and representation of estate, gift and fiduciary income tax returns; representation of individual and corporate fiduciaries and litigation in the Probate Division and other equity divisions of the Circuit Court. For more biographical information, click here.
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
Sandwiches will be available from 11:30 a.m. – noon.
Teleconference will begin promptly at noon.
Location: The Oklahoma City Community Foundation (directions).
Parking: Free parking is available in the lot immediately east of our building along 10th Street. Additional parking is available for $5 in the parking garage located at 123 NW 10th St. The public entrance is the farthest west entrance off of 10th Street.
Cost: There is no charge for the series. Lunch will be provided.
CE: Each teleconference provides 1.5 hours of continuing education credits for CPAs, CFPs, CTFAs, CWSs, CLEs, AFIMs, CLUs, ChFCs and attorneys. Cannon will report attendance for attorneys and CFPs only. All other attendees will be presented with a CE certificate to self-report attendance to the appropriate crediting organizations.
How to Register: Registration is first-come, first-served as limited seating is available. Registration deadlines are one week prior to each teleconference. You may also register by calling Joni Younts at 405/235-5603. Questions? Contact Joe Carter at 405/606-2914.
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