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This product includes audio files and electronic materials for the “Selected Topics in Contested Conservatorships" CLE, presented on April 20, 2012.
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Selected Topics in Contested Conservatorships
Presented by the Elder Law Section
About the Program:
This all-day program is intended for attorneys and probate judges as a
comprehensive look at the various roles involved when representing
clients in contested involuntary conservatorship proceedings. Particular
attention will be given to the role of the attorney representing the
respondent, the rules of evidence, and the tools used to create a
record. In light of this, participants will view a mock contested
hearing. The seminar wraps up with an overview of recent cases, and
an update on the UGUPPY legislation and interstate issues.
Brendan F. Daly, Czepiga Daly Dillman LLC, Newington
L. Joyelle DeFelice, Cohen and Wolf PC, Bridgeport
Deborah L. Hadaway, Elder Law Center of Connecticut LLC (a private law firm), Glastonbury
Laurel D. Mangan, Law Office of Laurel D. Mangan, Vernon
Jeannine M. Wyszkowski, Hudson and Kilby LLC, Centerbrook
The Hon. Daniel F. Caruso, Probate Court, Fairfield
The Hon. Sydney W. Elkin, Probate Court, West Hartford
Douglas R. Brown, Brody Wilkinson PC, Southport
Lisa Nachmias Davis, Davis O'Sullivan & Priest LLC, New Haven
Carmine P. Perri, Bishop Jackson & Kelly LLC, Milford
Sharon L. Pope, Law Offices of Sharon L. Pope, Hartford
David C. Shepard, Law Office of David C. Shepard, New Hartford
Who Should Purchase:
This program is appropriate for newly admitted and experienced
attorneys, probate judges, and practitioners wishing to expand their
practice to include the representation of individuals involved in
contested conservatorship matters in the probate setting.