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PCA112912 New Probate Court Rules of Procedure: What Attys Need to Know Material

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A hardcopy of the materials for the PCA112912 New Probate Court Rules of Procedure: What Attorneys Need to Know




A major overhaul of the procedural rules for the Probate Courts becomes effective on July 1, 2013. Designed to improve uniformity among courts and simplify administrative procedures, the revised rules will significantly change probate practice in many areas. Members of the Practice Book Advisory Committee will present a day-long seminar focused on key new provisions that are pertinent for all attorneys practicing in the Probate Courts. The rules are available online at: http://jud.ct.gov/probate/PracticeBook/RulesOfProcedure_100212.pdf. Summaries of the rules will be available at the seminar. Attendees wishing to bring a complete copy of the rules should download them from the website. Seminar Code: PCA112912 Speakers: Hon. Michael A. Albis, Administrative Judge, New Haven Regional Children’s Probate Court Hon. Robert K. Killian, Jr., Hartford Probate Court Hon. Paul J. Knierim, Probate Court Administrator Hon. Brian T. Mahon, Meriden Probate Court Hon. Steven M. Zelman, Tobacco Valley Probate Court, and Administrative Judge, Hartford Regional Children’s Probate Court Bonnie Bennet, Office of the Probate Court Administrator Douglas R. Brown, Brody Wilkinson PC, Southport Professor Jeffrey A. Cooper, Quinnipiac University School of Law, Hamden Thomas E. Gaffey, Office of the Probate Court Administrator Karen Gano, Office of the Attorney General, Hartford Christopher J. Hug, Robinson & Cole LLP, Hartford Patricia R. Kaplan, New Haven Legal Assistance Assoc., Inc. (Retired) Program Schedule 10:00 Probate Court Rules of Procedure General Provisions Rules for all Case Types Rules for Particular Case Types 1:00 Probate Court Rules of Procedure Rules for Particular Case Types Rules for the Conduct of Hearings Who Should Purchase: Attorneys who practice in the Probate Courts. This seminar is appropriate for both newly-admitted and experienced attorneys. The Connecticut Bar Association/CT Bar Institute is an accredited provider of New York State CLE.