WADE/PARKS: Colorado Law of Wills, Trusts, and Fiduciary Administration Out of Stock


A Program Plus Book CLE




September 2019
WADE/PARKS: Colorado Law of Wills, Trusts, and Fiduciary Administration
INCLUDES the newly published treatise WADE/PARKS: Colorado Law of Wills, Trusts, and Fiduciary Administration, 9th Edition, by James R. Wade PDF eBook
Program Overview:
Commonly referred to as “Wade/Parks,” this longtime favorite and indispensable resource for Colorado probate practitioners covers every aspect of trust and estate administration.
Through this course and his comprehensive treatise, James Wade provides a thorough commentary on the law of wills, trusts, and fiduciary administration, focusing on the leading Colorado cases, probate code, and related fiduciary statutes.
Mr. Wade and his esteemed colleagues will cover the breadth of wills, trusts and fiduciary administration.
Highlights include:
- Federal common law and state probate law preemption
- Colorado Uniform Trust Code
- Future interests law - the Restatement (Third) Property
- Recent developments to Colorado’s “Slayer Statute”
- Section 529 tuition plan assets
- Attorney discipline cases
- Commentary on privity
- Probate Court jurisdiction over non-probate assets
- Developments related to no-contest clauses
- Update on cases involving the Colorado cost recovery statute
- Treble damages in cases involving Colorado’s civil theft statute
- Applicability of the proportionate liability statute to breach of trust cases
- Colorado’s Dead Man Statute
- Sham trusts
Who Should Attend:
Trust and Estate Attorneys
Elder Law Attorneys
Trust Officers and Other Fiduciaries
CBA-CLE Publications to Watch For:
Orange Book Handbook—Colorado Estate Planning Handbook
Orange Book Forms– Colorado Estate Planning Forms  
8:00 am
Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:30 am
Probate Court Jurisdiction Over Non-Probate Assets
No-Contest Clause Developments
Cost Recovery Statute – Related Case Law Developments
Civil Theft Statute – Treble Damages Cases
Proportionate Liability Statute and Its Applicability to Breach of Trust Cases
9:30 am
Networking Break
9:45 am
Section 529 Plan Assets
Attorney Discipline Cases
Comments on Privity
10:45 am
Networking Break
11:00 am
Federal Common Law and State Probate Law Preemption
Future Interests Law - Restatement (Third) of Property
Colorado’s New Uniform Trust Code
Recent Developments to Colorado’s “Slayer Statute”
12:00 pm
Presented by James R. Wade, Esq., Herbert E. Tucker, Esq., Laurie A. Hunter, Esq., and other attorneys with Wade Ash Woods Hill & Farley, P.C.
  •   Standard Price
    $599.00 USD
  •   Member Price
    $549.00 USD
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  •   Ethics Credits
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