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How to Be a Conservator - WI092112

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CBA members must log in to the website to access our self-study CLE resources for free. Non-members should call (844)469-2221 to learn how to gain access to these free resources.

 This product includes audio files and electronic materials for the “How to Be a Conservator" CLE, presented on September 2, 2012.

 To track self-study credits for this program, CBA members must log in to access their Professional Development Journal in their profile.


Presented by the Young Lawyers Section

 

Program Time
2.0 Hours

 

About the Program:

This program guides attendees through the role of the conservator, the different types of conservators, and ethical obligations of the conservator. The speakers address the duties and expectations once appointed as well as cover the practical needs of most appointments. Speakers review the Connecticut Supreme Court’s most recent rulings concerning conservator liability and strategies to protect conservators from liability.

Program Chair

Francesca M. Lefante, Hartford Probate Court, Hartford

 

Speakers

The Honorable Michael Brandt, East Haven-North Haven Probate Court

Francine Davis Early, Law Office of Francine Davis Early, West Hartford