Practical Ethics - When Guardians Go Wrong: What’s an Attorney To Do?
Wednesday, June 17, 2020
12 p.m. - 1 p.m. EDT
Registration fee: $100
In this one-hour webinar, moderated by Professor Roberta Flowers, Director of the Center for Excellence in Elder Law, Nick Curley will provide examples of various ways that guardians commit misfeasance and malfeasance.
Mr. Curley will cover the ethical obligations of attorneys for the guardianship, offer practical suggestions for attorneys who find themselves in these situations and discuss oversight to decrease the chances of a guardian going wrong.
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Nicklaus J. Curley
West Palm Beach, Florida
Roberta K. Flowers
Director, Center for
Excellence in Elder Law
Stetson University College of Law
Center for Excellence in Elder Law
The Center for Excellence in Elder Law was established to meet the increasing need for legal education and research in the field of law and aging. The center provides legal education to law students, attorneys, and judges in the field of elder and special needs law and produces scholarly research and writing on issues impacting those who are older and/or have special needs.
Online LL.M. in Elder Law
Students who wish to focus their studies on elder law can enroll in Stetson Law's online LL.M. in Elder Law program, which offers the convenience of 24-hour access to academic courses. For more information, please contact us at email@example.com or 727-562-7393.