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October 2, 2018

NBI Seminar 30 Steps to a Perfect Probate @ Jacksonville

by Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. in News

NBI Seminar 30 Steps to a Perfect Probate  – In case you missed the first one, this is another seminar on probate law. Once again, Aubrey Law is going to be a speaker at this seminar 30 Steps to Perfect Probate.   This is a 2-day seminar where experienced lawyers will share their insights on probate law. There will be a special focus on strategic decision-making to minimize tax burdens, speed up the process and alleviate conflict.

NBI Seminar 30 Steps to a Perfect Probate

This seminar is intended for those who want to learn about the probate process and take their practice to the next level.

Location: Embassy Suites by Hilton Jacksonville Baymeadows 9300 Baymeadows Road Jacksonville, FL 32256

Thursday, October 11, 2018 –
Friday, October 12, 2018

October 11 – 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
October 12 – 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

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About Aubrey Law

Attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. is an experienced family law attorneys serve Orlando & Winter Park. Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. has had years of accomplishments in the legal field. He has taken an interest in elder law after caring for his own grandmother and parents-in-law. Mr. Ducker also has the first-hand experience in dealing with the stresses and anxieties that accompany deciding how to live the rest of one’s “golden years”. Additionally, Attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. knows that adult children have to deal with this rite of passage. This involves specific stresses when making decisions for a parent or parents incapacitated by serious illnesses.