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2021 Estate Planning Legislation and Caselaw Update

Learn about new estate planning legislation filed with Illinois House and Senate since the new Session started. Important new legislation already filed includes Senate Bill No. 72 called the Electronic Wills and Remote Witnesses Act, and Senate Bill No. 97 which proposes to amend the Illinois Notary Act by establishing and regulating electronic notarization and electronic notaries public, as well as provide that a paper or tangible copy of an electronic document that a notary public has certified to be a true and correct copy satisfies specified recording requirements.
Credits: 1 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: H1500-21E
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Faculty: Neil T. Goltermann, Momkus, LLP

Expires: 3/1/2023


Faculty: Neil T. Goltermann, Momkus, LLP

Expires: 3/1/2023


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Program Date2/24/2021
Products specifications
Program Date2/24/2021
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