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Estate planning attorneys gather in Scottsdale for WealthCounsel conference

Posted 11/1/21

WealthCounsel’s Arizona State Forum recently held its fall conference, led by Forum Leader Libby Banks of The Law Office of Libby Banks PLLC.

Speakers included attorneys Becky Cholewka, …

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Estate planning attorneys gather in Scottsdale for WealthCounsel conference

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WealthCounsel’s Arizona State Forum recently held its fall conference, led by Forum Leader Libby Banks of The Law Office of Libby Banks PLLC.

Speakers included attorneys Becky Cholewka, Edward Hooper, Emily Kile, David Karp Kristel Patton, and TrustBank’s Gregory Furseth and Philip Hotchkiss, according to a press release.

Sponsored by TrustBank, the conference at Embassy Suites in Scottsdale was well attended by Arizona attorneys and TrustBank executives and trustees who provided education on issues surrounding upcoming estate law changes, estate planning rules and guidelines and the complexities of estate management.

“WealthCounsel understands the enormous value of acquiring timely education and information. Today’s environment is complex. By sharing with our WealthCounsel colleagues, the Arizona Forum affords the opportunity to personally discuss issues with likeminded estate planners,” Banks said.

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