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Program Spotlight

Elder Law Forum 2018:

This full day forum offers essential and practical material for practicing Elder Law Attorneys and those interested in Elder Law. The program will start with a presentation on succession planning and office management. Respected subject matter experts will share new and timely information related to Medicaid appeals, VA applications, conservatorships and decision-making issues. A new session this year will help you and your clients make sense of medicare. A final session will cover ethics and elder law. The annual forum is a great time to connect with practitioners from across the state and catch up on the latest developments for our practice area.

Court Records: To Seal or Not to Seal:

Article I, Section 17 of the Tennessee Constitution states: "the courts shall be open." Hear from Judge Frank Clement on this and the public's right to access. Topics include: A judge's supervisory discretion over court records, Tennessee Public Records Act, unfiled discovery and a lengthy discussion on protective orders.

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Faculty Spotlight: Aaron Flinn

Business owners and entrepreneurs, corporate officers and executives, and investors and families with inherited assets seek advice from Aaron Flinn for the purpose of ensuring financial stability and continued prosperity. Serving clients with trust and estate as well as wealth preservation needs, Aaron helps craft and deliver strategies that reflect the client's values while capturing the tax benefits available under their given circumstances. Aaron also works with assisting business owners in succession planning and other issues often encountered by closely-held companies.

Aaron offers advice to clients on how to protect and retain wealth through strategic planning related to income, estate, gift, and generation-skipping transfer taxes. Tax-exempt and non-profit organizations also rely on Aaron for day-to-day guidance in relation to taxation and governance matters. Aaron also assists trust officers and other fiduciaries in the administration trusts and decedents’ estates, and works with ultra-high net worth families with regards to all facets of private family trust companies in Tennessee, including the migration of trusts and other admiration issues.