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Morris Hall, a premier estate planning law firm, is staffed with experienced attorneys and other professionals trained in complex areas of the law, including probate, trust administration, real property, tax, debtor-creditor, mental health and insurance law. With this wealth of knowledge, people who Request a Speaker will get the satisfaction they were looking for.

We frequently present seminars on a range of topics to accountants, attorneys, financial planners, insurance agents, business associations, special-interest groups and the public.

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In addition to our Estate Planning and Continuing Education workshops,  we can speak on other topics, including:

  • Updates in Estate Planning
  • “What Happens When You Die?” Estate and Trust Administration
  • Planning with IRAs
  • Long Term Health Care
  • Planning with Charitable Remainder Trusts
  • Family Limited Partnerships
  • Irrevocable Life Insurance Trusts
  • Lawsuit & Asset Protection
  • Business Succession
  • Pet Trusts

If you would like to request a speaker to present on one of the topics above or a topic related to Estate Planning, please fill in the form below and a member of the Morris Hall Team will contact you to coordinate further.

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