Los Angeles – April 30, 2015 — Attorney Scott P. Schomer, Liran R. Aliav and Megan Waugh, acclaimed Los Angeles estate planning and elder law attorneys, werejoined by over 100 estate planning law firms from around the country at one of the nation’s premier legal educational conferences held in Louisville, KY from April 22-27. The American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys hosted its 22nd annual Spring Summit, with the theme of “Run Your Own Race, Create a Practice You Love.”
The American Academy aims to assist its Member attorneys to enhance the way they practice law. Their events focus on cutting-edge legal education and management training, as well as other vital updates in estate, tax, and business planning laws. “The Spring Summit was an opportunity for us to reflect on generational differences and acknowledge each other’s strengths and how this creates dynamic teams. When we focus on what is possible versus what is wrong, we are able to create a space that has far reaching effects for not only for ourselves but also for our teams and the families we serve,” said Sanford M. Fisch, CEO and co-founder of the American Academy.
The conference began with a keynote address titled, “Crossing the Generational Divide: Unlocking the Power of Generations,” from speaker Curt Steinhorst from the Center for Generational Kinetics. The summit also featured James M. McCauley from the Ethics Counsel at the Virginia State Bar, who presented on Ethical Considerations in Cloud Computing. Additional legal education sessions provided Scott P. Schomer, Liran R. Aliav and Megan Waugh with leadership training, new research, and important updates in estate planning law, including: VA Planning Today, The Trust Protector/ Special Co-Trustee: What One Is and Why They Are Important, Powers Of Appointment, and Attorney in the Coach’s Seat.
This event also provided demonstrations of the Academy’s revolutionary cloud-based software program that streamlines estate plan creation and funding processes with a workflow focused on practice management and accounting systems.
Attorney Scott Schomer said, “My vision is for every family in Los Angeles to have an estate plan in place, for them to avoid probate, protect their assets from taxes and long-term care expenses, and leave a legacy. The visionary approach, education, systems and resources that the firm receives from the American Academy and these events makes it possible for us to focus on why we do what we do, help families leave lasting legacies to their loved ones.
Attorney Schomer has devoted his practice to estate planning and elder law matters for 25 years and is an active Member of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys. Schomer Law Group is one of only a few firms in Los Angeles County to be admitted to Academy Membership. The firm has helped thousands of clients meet their estate planning goals and pass on meaningful legacies to their loved ones.
To learn more about how you can achieve your estate planning goals, please call (310) 337-7696 or visit www.schomerlawgroup.com. Media inquiries on estate planning topics are also welcome.
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