Registration Fee:

$125

CLE Hours:

3 CLE Hours

THE REVISED GEORGIA TRUST CODE OF 2010:  A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW AND ANALYSIS OF EACH PROVISION OF THE NEW LAW

RECORDED DECEMBER 2, 2010

Archived Webcast

Co-Sponsor:
Fiduciary Law Section, State Bar of Georgia

Presiding:
William J. Linkous, Jr., Chairman, Trust Code Revision Committee, Fiduciary Law Section, State Bar of Georgia; Bryan Cave Powell Goldstein LLP, Atlanta

Introduction and Program Overview
William J. Linkous, Jr

Section by Section Explanation including Important New Provisions Covering Governing Law, Creation and Validity, Authority of an Agent Under a Power of Attorney, Definition and Rights of Qualified Beneficiaries, Duty to Inform and Provide Reports and Accounts, Waiver of Trustee Duties, New Statutes of Limitation, Concentration of Investments, Creditors Rights, Reformation, Resolving Trustee Deadlocks, Limitation of Trustee Liability.

Suggestions on Drafting and Practical Administrative Steps for Settlors, Trustees, and Beneficiaries.

Comments on Areas Possibly Needing Statutory Clarification

Mary F. Radford, Reporter, Trust Code Revision Committee, Fiduciary Law Section, State Bar of Georgia; Professor, Georgia State University College of Law, Atlanta
William J. Linkous, Jr

questions and answers
Mary F. Radford
William J. Linkous, Jr
John W. Spears, Jr., Member, Trust Code Revision Committee Fiduciary Law Section, State Bar of Georgia; Spears & Spears, P.C., Decatur