Print Page   |   Sign In   |   Register
Sept. 13 Courtroom Seminar - Religious and Cultural Considerations in Estate Planning
Tell a Friend About This EventTell a Friend

Religious and Cultural Considerations in Estate Planning

When: 12:00 PM
Where: Santa Clara County Superior Court
191 North First Street
Department 12
San Jose, California  95113
United States
Presenter: Javed Ellahie, Esq., Naomi Parker, Esq., and John M. Wunderling, Esq.
Contact: Jim Griffiths

Online registration is closed.
« Go to Upcoming Event List  

Religious and Cultural Considerations in Estate Planning

End-of-life practices and traditions vary widely among different faiths and cultures. As estate planning practitioners in an increasingly diverse society, it is useful for us to be familiar with a range of these practices and traditions and understand that typical or statutory language often needs to be strengthened to incorporate our clients’ intent. So that we may better serve a broad clientele, this brown bag seminar will offer a panel discussion of estate planning considerations and offer advice on solid drafting practices for wills, trusts, and advance directives from a variety of backgrounds, including Muslim, Jewish, and Christian perspectives.

Confirmed Presenters:

Javed Ellahie, Esq.

Naomi Parker, Esq.

John M. Wunderling, Esq.

We welcome the Catholic Community Foundation of Santa Clara County as sponsor for this event. The Foundation of Santa Clara County is focused on strengthening our Catholic community through planned giving, fund development and grantmaking. It is our vision to be a partner in Catholic philanthropy, helping donors plan their Catholic legacy, matching donor intent with unmet needs, and building Forever Value by acquiring and growing endowed funds.

MCLE Credit:

General: 1 Hour

Estate Planning Specialization: 1 Hour



$20 - Members
$30 - Non-member
$10 surcharge for registrations on the day of the event
No refunds will be provided for cancellations after Sept. 11, 2017

more Calendar

Luncheon Seminar: Trust Administration and Its Common Pitfalls

Association Management Software Powered by YourMembership  ::  Legal