Two Helsell Attorneys Lead CLE Program on Elder Law
Helsell Fetterman’s Chris Lee and Kameron Kirkevold shared their expertise with fellow attorneys at the Washington State Bar Association’s “Essential Elder Law and Foundational Practices” program. Part of the WSBA’s continuing legal education (CLE) curriculum, the full-day session was hosted at Century Square in Seattle on Thursday, March 8th.
Of Counsel attorney Chris Lee presented at the program. His lesson on “TEDRA Nuts and Bolts” helped attendees understand how TEDRA (RCW 11.96A) is a versatile tool for the attorney counseling elder law attorneys, examine the potential application of TEDRA, and decide whether to employ TEDRA.
Kameron Kirkevold, an associate attorney at Helsell Fetterman, served as co-program chair for the event. Additional speakers included attorneys from leading regional law firms and local law school professors, who covered topics from Medicaid basics to the complex ethical issues of elder probate.