2021 Probate Bench Bar Out of Stock
About the Seminar
The SC Bar CLE Division is proud to present the 2021 South Carolina Probate Bench/Bar Seminar. Course Planners Judge Heather Galvin, Judge Jesse Cartrette and Freddy Faircloth have recruited a distinguished and experienced faculty to guide you through some of the most important issues trending in Probate practice in South Carolina. As always, this year’s program is mandatory for South Carolina’s Probate Bench and if you practice in Probate Court, this is THE program of the year for you!
Intersection between Bankruptcy and Probate Court
Misappropriation of Assets, Rights & Remedies in Elder Abuse
Attorney’s Fees in Judicial Proceedings
Titles and deeds in estate matters
Annual Case Law Update, and Ethics!
Welcome and Opening Remarks
The Honorable Heather Galvin, Beaufort County Probate Court Associate Judge
The Honorable Jesse S. Cartrette, Jr., Florence County Probate Court Judge
Frederick W. "Freddy" Faircloth, IV, The Faircloth Law Firm, LLC, Rock Hill
Ethics and Civility: A Judicial Perspective
The Honorable John W. Kittredge, Justice, Supreme Court of South Carolina, Greenville
Intersection between Bankruptcy Court and Probate Court
David S. Kershaw, United Community Bank, Greenville
Matthew J. Myers, Sweeney, Wingate & Barrow, Columbia
Randy A. Skinner, Skinner Law Firm, Greenville
Moderator: Frederick W. "Freddy" Faircloth, IV, The Faircloth Law Firm, LLC, Rock Hill
Elder Abuse: Misappropriation of Assets, Rights & Remedies, Scams
Anna Rushton, S.C. Attorney General's Office, Columbia
Adam Whitsett, General Counsel, SLED, Columbia
Benefits of Mediation
The Honorable Tiffany N. Provence, Provence Messervy, LLC, Summerville
Attorney's Fees in Judicial Proceedings Involving Trusts, Estates, and Protected Persons: When Is an Award Just and Equitable?
Daniel F. Blanchard III, Rosen Hagood, LLC, Charleston
Titles and Deeds in Estate Matters
Philip S. Porter, Law Office of Philip S. Porter, LLC, Columbia
Sally C. Dey, S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles, Columbia
The Honorable Timothy L. Brown, S.C. Family Court (Ret.)
Case Law Update
Professor S. Alan Medlin, University of South Carolina School of Law, Columbia
This seminar qualifies for 5.75 MCLE credit hours, including up to 1.0 LEPR and 4.75 Estate Planning & Probate credit hours.
This seminar is an intermediate to advanced level program.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, if you completed this in 2022, please use this course code: 223687ADO.