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Part I of Maine's New Probate Code covered the most notable changes to Maine’s Probate Code in the recodification to Title 18-C that becomes effective 7/1/2019, and Maine’s adoption of the Uniform Statutory Rule Against Perpetuities. You must register separately for Part II to be webcast on April 11, 2019.Schedule and topics
9:00 Articles 1 (General Provisions, Definitions & Jurisdiction), 2 (Intestacy, Wills & Donative Transfers), 3 (Probate of Wills & Administration), and 4 (Foreign Personal Representatives; Ancillary)
10:30 Article 6, the Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act, and the Uniform Statutory Rule against Perpetuities
12:00 Lunch Break
12:45 The Maine Uniform Guardianship, Conservatorship & Protective Proceedings Act – Parts 1 (General Provisions), 3 (Adult Guardianship), 4 (Conservatorship), and 5 (Other Protective Arrangements)
2:15 CONTINUATION OF 12:45 DISCUSSION - The Maine Uniform Guardianship, Conservatorship & Protective Proceedings Act – Parts 1 (General Provisions), 3 (Adult Guardianship), 4 (Conservatorship), and 5 (Other Protective Arrangements)
3:45 PROGRAM ADJOURNSFaculty
:David J. Backer, Esq.
Drummond Woodsum, PortlandBarbara A. Carlin, Esq.
Carlin & Associates, PortlandStaci K. Converse, Esq.
Disability Rights Maine, Augusta
Miles C. Hunt, Esq.
Epstein & O’Donovan, PortlandJeffrey W. Jones, Esq.
Jones Kuriloff & Sargent, EllsworthJustin LeBlanc, Esq.
LeBlanc & Young, Portland
The Hon. Richard M. Morton (Ret.)
Franklin County Probate CourtPatricia A. Nelson-Reade, R.N., Esq.
Nelson-Reade Law Office, PortlandKenleigh A. Nicoletta, Esq.
Brann & Isaacson, Lewiston