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Changes to the South Carolina Probate Code
presented by
The South Carolina Bar-Continuing Legal Education Division
 
Live at the
Bar Conference Center
1501 Park Street
Columbia, SC 29202 Live CLE
 

 
 
 
Seminar Credit Hours
This program qualifies for 3.0 MCLE credit hours and 3.0 Estate Planning and Probate Specialization credit hours.
 
About the Seminar
The SC Bar Probate, Estate Planning and Trust Section and the SC Bar CLE Division are proud to sponsor a half-day seminar to review and explain the changes to the South Carolina Probate Code.  This afternoon program features authoritative analysis from the Subcommittee Chairs for the Bar’s Probate Code Revision Committee, each speaking on the changes and implications for their Code sections.  If you have occasion to deal with joint accounts, wills, trusts, revocation by divorce, or other probate laws in your practice, join your colleagues on Tuesday, November 19 at the SC Bar Conference Center, or by live web cast from your office or mobile device, for insightful analysis into the critical changes to the SC Probate Code.  PET Section members are eligible for a discount, so join today and take advantage of the savings. 
 
Agenda
 
12:30 p.m.       Registration   
                       
1:00 p.m.         Introduction   
                        Catherine H. Kennedy
                        Turner Padget Graham & Laney, PA, Columbia
                       
1:05 p.m.         Article 1, General Provisions 
                         Scott W. Hutto
                         Hutto Law Firm, PA, Georgetown
 
1:25 p.m.         Article 2, Sections 1 - 4         
                         Dan A. Collins
                         Collins & Collins, Attorneys at Law, PA, Greenville
                       
1:45 p.m.         Article 2, Sections 5 - 9         
                         Alan M. Tewkesbury Jr.
                         Butler Means Evins & Browne, PA, Spartanburg
                       
2:05 p.m.         Article 3, Sections 1 - 4         
                        John M. Jolley
                        McNair Law Firm, PA, Hilton Head Island
                       
2:20 p.m.         Article 3, Sections 5 - 7         
                         Carolyn G. Baird
                          Jones Spitz Moorhead Baird & Albergotti, Anderson
                       
2:35 p.m.         Article 3, Sections 8, 11 - 13 
                         Mitchell C. Payne
                         Warner Payne & Black, LLP, Rock Hill
                       
2:55 p.m.         Article 3, Sections 9 - 10       
                         Michael G. Roberts
                         Turner Padget Graham & Laney, PA, Charleston
                                   
3:05 p.m.         Break
                       
3:20 p.m.         Article 5, Multiple Party Accounts    
                         Carole H. Gunter
                         Mays Foster Gunter & Murphy, LLP, Columbia
                       
3:40 p.m.         Article 7, Trust Code 
                         Professor S. Alan Medlin
                         University of South Carolina School of Law, Columbia
                       
4:15 p.m.         Adjourn