Event date: February 13, 2015 Choose morning or afternoon session. Breakfast or lunch will be provided. Each year thousands of previously unmarried, divorced, or widowed individuals, with or without children, decide to marry. If one spouse or both spouses fail to plan adequately, or avoid planning entirely on account of the tough issues, problems often arise after the remarriage, including upon incompetence or death of a spouse. Intrafamily conflicts and misunderstandings deplete resources and devastate family relationships. Please join us for a complimentary informational presentation of the challenging familial, legal, and tax issues that arise when planning for individuals intending to remarry. Topics include: What to Do in the Wake of Death or Divorce Is the Divorce Really Final? Legal Representation Before Remarriage Fundamentals of Premarital Agreements Premarital Agreement Traps Client Objectives His, Her, and/or Our Children Spousal Entitlements (Federal and NC) Traps – Titling, Beneficiary Designations, Business Interests Simultaneous Death Federal Estate and Gift Tax Issues Action Steps for Peace of Mind Robert S. Shields, Jr. firstname.lastname@example.org Rob is a partner at Manning Fulton and a member of the litigation practice group. He represents individuals in all areas of family law matters including custody, child support, alimony, and equitable distribution. He has extensive experience representing clients in jury trial cases and has earned a reputation for being aggressive both in the courtroom and in pre-trial preparation. John R. Cella, Jr. email@example.com A partner at Manning Fulton, John counsels clients in tax, estate, and business planning matters. John advises clients on state law probate and federal income, estate, and gift tax law consequences of wealth transfers. John drafts simple and complex wills, trusts, and other documents for numerous clients, including retirees, landowners, widows and widowers, executives and professionals, family business owners, individuals or couples in second marriages, recently divorced individuals, and young parents. He also works with executors, trustees, and beneficiaries in small and large estate and trust administration matters, routine or contentious. Choose the time more convenient for you and join us for breakfast or lunch: Friday, February 13, 2015 7:30 am – 9:00 am Breakfast will be provided. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR BREAKFAST EVENT Friday, February 13, 2015 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Lunch will be provided. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR LUNCH EVENT Please register by Wednesday, February 11, 2015.
Manning Fulton & Skinner, P.A.
Raleigh, North Carolina 27612