When it comes to powers of attorney (POAs) and guardianships in Illinois, you may be asking yourself, “Who’s in charge?” or “How can I avoid common pitfalls?” In the next episode of Coffee With Casey, shareholder and the firm’s Chicago office managing attorney Casey Hicks
will be joined by attorney Laura Alms
to answer your Illinois probate questions over their morning cup of joe!
Guest panelist and attorney Laura Alms began her career working as a collections law clerk while attending law school. Her collections practice has since evolved to include commercial litigation, real estate litigation, and contested claims in trust and estate matters. She primarily focuses on consumer collections matters, and has extensive experience representing creditors in pre-judgment litigation. Today, Laura has over 10 years of experience – so don’t miss the chance to ask her your top probate questions!
Join Casey and Laura on October 6th as they compare POAs and guardianships in this informative session – and don’t forget to submit your questions when you register!
Key topics will include:
- Defining different types of Illinois POAs and guardianships
- Understanding the advantages and disadvantages of each
- Applying best practices
About the Series:
Weltman’s Webinar Series delivers year-round educational content, specific to creditors' rights throughout numerous focus areas. Join our key business leaders for these webinars to stay ahead of trends, changes, and updates throughout the world of collections.