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Wills and Trusts Training, Part 2: Capacity Determination and Conservatorships

ACBA Volunteer Legal Services Corporation
Trusts and Estates Section
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
1000 Broadway
Suite 480
Oakland CA, 94607
Registration Closes:
A follow up to last year's Basic Wills and Trusts training, this two-day training will focus on determining client incapacity and options for clients, including conservatorships. Participants must have attended last year's training or have basic wills and trusts experience.

February 20, 2013
Determining Capacity for Estate Planning: A Practical Approach

Topics will include ethical considerations, legal standards, and step-by-step analysis.

February 27, 2013
Incapacity: Is Conservatorship the only Option?

Topics will include effects and problems with establishing a conservatorship, alternatives to conservatorship and an overview of the conservatorship process.

Participants must attend both courses on Wednesdays, February 20 and 27, 2013, and will be obligated to take two estate planning pro bono cases following the training. The training is offered for free in exchange for your commitment to take on two pro bono cases, but there is a $50 materials fee.

Register by submitting a completed MCLE Registration Form to Managing Attorney Elizabeth Hom at or fax to 510-452-2224. Your registration must be confirmed to be considered valid.

Refreshments will be provided for this program. However, due to limited resources specific dietary requirements cannot be accommodated. Registration begins at 5:00 pm.

Srinoi G. Rousseau
Wills and Trusts Training, Part 2: Capacity Determination and Conservatorships
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
SRINOI G. ROUSSEAU's practice is in powers of attorney, probate, conservatorship (including limited conservatorships for the developmentally disabled), Medi-Cal eligibility for nursing home patients, and trust analysis and administration. She is the current Chair of the Public Information Committee and the past Chair of the Elder Law Committee of the Trust and Estates Law Section of the Alameda County Bar Association. A member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the Contra Costa Bar Association, and the Asian American Bar Association, she is a past Chair and Secretary of the Board of Directors of Asian Community Mental Health Services.
Srinoi is a 1983 graduate of Santa Clara University's School of Law. In addition to her law degree, Srinoi received her Masters in Business Administration from Santa Clara University. She has an A.B. in Psychology from the University of Southern California.
Event Cost:
Materials Fee
Materials Fee
2.5 hr(s)
Legal Ethics
0.5 hr(s)