This requirement allows the AAEPA to keep its members educated and informed on estate planning matters. As a member of the Maryland Bar Association, once I graduated from law school and passed the bar exam, I am not required to take continuing education classes to maintain my license to practice law.
Advance Estate Tax Planning, Drafting Flexible Irrevocable Trusts, Special Co-Trustees and the Magic of Strategic Planning are a few of the classes I participated in this year. By taking these classes I am kept informed of ways to assist my clients with their estate planning needs. I obtain in-depth knowledge of unique provisions of the estate planning documents that in turn gives me better insight on how best to serve my clients individual concerns. I also am trained to run a successful law firm to meet the needs of my clients.
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