Attorney Scott Fisher to Speak at Probate Seminar

Attorney Scott Fisher is looking forward to speaking at a one-day seminar sponsored by the National Business Institute on July 17, 2015. The seminar, titled “The Probate Process from Start to Finish,” will be held from 8:30 AM to 4:40 PM at the Hilton Garden Inn Palm Springs/Rancho Mirage, California.

Attendees can expect to gain a comprehensive understanding of the many details of probate, starting with initial notices and continuing through the estate closing. Those who practice probate law can benefit exponentially from the information shared at this event, as practical tips for expediting the administration process will also be shared.

Course content at the seminar will include:

  • Initial filing in probate court
  • Law of intestate succession
  • Inventory & appraisement
  • Handling claims against the estate
  • Ethics
  • Sale of property & distributions
  • Final accounting & closing the estate
  • Probate disputes & litigation

Attorney Scott Fisher is covering the topic of handling claims against the estate which includes required creditor notice, determining priority of claims, allowing and rejecting claims and paying them, handling lawsuits against the estate and the decedent, and insolvency issues.

Attorney Scott Fisher is also covering the topic of final accounting and closing the estate which includes estate accounting procedure, closing certificate for fiduciaries, closing decedent's remaining accounts, personal representative and attorney compensation, extraordinary services compensation, and when reopening the estate is warranted.

Benefit from over 28 years of legal experience with 15 years of probate experience!

Attorney Scott Fisher was invited to speak at this conference because of his 15 years of probate and estate planning experience. With offices in Palm Springs and Beverly Hills, Scott Fisher has assisted clients located in Palm Springs, Beverly Hills, West Los Angeles, Los Angeles, the San Fernando Valley, Long Beach, South Bay, Orange County, the Inland Empire, Coachella Valley, Riverside, San Bernardino, High Desert, Low Desert, and throughout Southern California.

You can register for the seminar by clicking here. Attendees can earn Continuing Legal Education credits. We encourage you to sign up to attend the conference and benefit from the valuable information presented!