American Bar Association
 
Purchase and Sale Committee

Purchase and Sale Committee

Mission

This committee analyzes current and developing issues in land transfers, practices and customs. The committee also recommends and comments on legislation and relevant case law.

Programs, Meetings & Events

Section Events

    Integrating Supported Decision Making into Advance Care Planning

    07/25/2017-07/25/2017

    Supported decision-making is a person-centered planning process and a person-driven decision-making process that protects the fundamental human and Constitutional rights of the Person by always including the Person in the decision-making project. This session will explore integrating SDM principles ...

    Basic Will and Trust Drafting

    07/27/2017-07/27/2017

    This three-part program offers an overview of estate planning basics. Our speakers will guide attendees through an initial client meeting, point out key pieces of information to gather, and discuss the use and importance of advanced directives. Then, they will explain the fundamentals of preparing and ...

    Protecting Assets, Supporting our Elders, and More on Fiduciary Litigation

    07/27/2017-07/27/2017

    While estate planning is generally a constructive practice with various parties working towards common goals, this session will explore some of the more contentious issues faced by estate planners. Concepts to be discussed include issues associated with representing elderly and disabled clients, asset ...

LISTSERV Communication

In order to send a message to the listserve, send the message as an email to the address below. You must be a member of the Committee to use the listserve.

RPTE-PURCHASESALE@mail.americanbar.org

In order to access the listserve archive, please click here. Please note that you will need to create a new password, separate from your regular ABA password, in order to use this archive.


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Leadership

Chair:

Lemont, Eric

Vice-Chair:

Adamson, Louise

Committee Roster  

Modified by Adam Bielawski on March 3, 2016

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