The American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys (AAEPA) requires its members to take 36 hours of continuing education each year.
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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