SANDRA D. GLAZIER PRESENTING “CONSIDERATIONS AND ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITIES WHEN REPRESENTING VULNERABLE ADULTS” AT MICHIGAN STATE BAR ASSOCIATION’S FAMILY LAW SECTION SUMMER CONFERENCE
CEP Attorney Sandra D. Glazier will present “Considerations and Ethical Responsibilities When Representing Vulnerable Adults” at the State Bar of Michigan Family Law Section’s Summer Conference on July 21, 2018 at the Boyne Mountain Resort in Boyne Falls, Michigan.
Family law is a very specialized area of law that is often state specific. In addition to staying current on the laws and how they are interpreted, family law attorneys must know their way around a courtroom, a referee’s office, the court rules, and case law. This conference will feature presentations by recognized family law practitioners providing state-of-the-law education and tips on family law issues.
An attorney for more than 35 years, Ms. Glazier is known for her expertise and successful track record in probate litigation, estate planning, trust and estate administration, and family law matters. The cases she works on tend to be very complex and require technical as well as legal expertise. An AV Preeminent® rated attorney, she has also been recognized by “Super Lawyers” in probate litigation and a “Top Lawyer” by DBusiness, in the areas of probate, estate and family law.
Ms. Glazier has had numerous articles nationally published by some of the legal industry’s leading publications. In addition, she has presented on estate planning and probate litigation related topics for the American Bar Association, Notre Dame Tax and Estate Planning Institute, Kansas City Estate Planning Symposium, Michigan’s Institute of Continuing Education, Oakland County Bar Association, Wayne County Probate Court appointed attorney training, Wilmington Trust’s New York Trust Symposium, Trust & Estates Magazine, and the Bloomberg BNA Estate and Gift Tax Advisory Board. She has presented on Family Law related topics for NBI, the OCBA, ICLE and the Michigan State Bar – Family Law Section.
Contact: Sandra D. Glazier