NATIONAL SPEAKER: 100% of Marriages End: Elective Share and Community Property Planning for Modern Love and Migrating Couples
Please join us for a presentation from Professor Terry Turnipseed about planning for community property and the death of a spouse in today's environment of changes of residency between states.
Professor Turnipseed is a professor at Syracuse University College of Law and has written in the areas of Article I constitutional law, eminent domain, sexuality and the law, spousal property rights upon death, trust fiduciary law, transfer taxation, and the separation of church and state. He teaches courses in eminent domain, estate planning, wills and trusts, estate and gift taxation, first-year property, and nuclear engineering. Professor Turnipseed has a courtesy appointment in the L.C. Smith College of Engineering at Syracuse University.
Professor Turnipseed has an LL.M in Tax, cum laude, and a J.D. from Georgetown University and two graduate degrees from MIT in Nuclear Engineering and Technology and Policy where he was a National Science Foundation Fellow. Professor Turnipseed received a bachelor’s degree in Nuclear Engineering, summa cum laude, from Mississippi State University where he was a Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholar and has been designated as a Distinguished Engineering Fellow. He has been named a member of the Board of Advisors for the College of Engineering.
-Salad of Artisan lettuces, tomatoes, corn and jicama, Avocado Ranch, Rolls and butter
-Herb roasted Airline chicken breast, Basmati rice, honey glazed carrots and brussels sprouts, Balsamic crema, OR vegetarian option
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