What You Need To Know As A Guardian Ad Litem 2018
The Trusts and Estates Law Section and Committee on Continuing Legal Education are pleased to present this program that will qualify you for an appointment as a guardian ad litem in Surrogate’s Court or other court.
The four hours of MCLE credit you will earn from this program include coverage of: 1) the substantive rules and law of Part 36 of the Rules of the Chief Judge (22 NYCRR Part 36) governing court appointment of fiduciaries, 2) ethics, and 3) the procedural aspects of serving as a guardian ad litem as well as the substantive role of a guardian ad litem in various proceedings.
The program faculty includes experienced trusts and estates practitioners and Surrogate’s Court personnel. Get certified and gain valuable skills credits.
This program is certified by the Unified Court System’s Office of Guardianship and Fiduciary Services for purposes of required training to qualify for appointment as a guardian ad litem under Part 36 of the Rules of the Chief Judge.
Patricia Shevy, Esq., The Shevy Law Firm, Albany
Local Program Chairs
Michael P. Ryan, Esq., Jaspan Schlesinger, LLP, Garden City, NY
Sally M. Donahue, Esq. Jaspan Schlesinger, LLP, Garden City, NY
Hon. Brandon Sall, Westechester County Surrogates Court
Lori Sullivan, Esq., Seward & Kissel, LLP, New York City
Steven R. Finkelstein, Esq., Finkelstein & Virga, P.C., New York City
Charles T. Scott, Esq., Greenfield Stein & Senior, LLP, New York City
Eric W. Penzer, Esq., Farrell Fritz, P.C., Uniondale
Sally P. Donahue, Esq., Jaspan Schlesinger, LLP, Garden City
Michael P. Ryan, Esq., Jaspan Schlesinger, LLP, Garden City