Originally presented at our MOSOLO Small Firm Conference, June 9-11, 2022
We have a duty to represent clients with diminishing capacity as normally as possible - until the client no longer has capacity. This duty forces attorneys to continually assess capacity. This presentation details our ethical duties and discusses practical steps we can use to protect our clients and ourselves.
Speaker: Timothy McCurdy, Mitchell, Brown & Associates, LLC, St. Louis
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Tim McCurdy is Of Counsel at the firm. Tim grew up on a farm in Southwest Iowa. After obtaining his law degree from the University of Notre Dame, Tim moved to St. Louis to “watch a few Cardinals games” before returning to Iowa. Tim met his now wife and his plans quickly changed – Tim has called St. Louis home for more than twenty years.
Throughout Tim’s legal career, he has helped clients protect their rights in lawsuits throughout the country. After watching a loved one suffer from Alzheimer’s disease, Tim developed a passion for elder law. Tim’s practice now combines his more than twenty years of litigation experience with an in-depth knowledge of estate planning and probate.
Tim devotes his practice to helping families navigate disputes involving estate plans and probate administration. Tim’s trusts and estates litigation practice includes trust and will contests, the removal of fiduciaries, demands for accountings, and contested guardianships. Tim is also frequently appointed by probate judges to represent individuals facing guardianship petitions, and as a court-appointed fiduciary.
Tim also helps families protect their life savings while ensuring access to the health care they need through Medicaid and special needs planning. Tim’s elder law practice also includes helping families develop estate plans to avoid probate and to protect against future challenges to their estate plan.
Tim lives in Chesterfield with his wife, two sons, and two dogs. Outside of the office you can likely find Tim in the stands at a hockey rink or a theater cheering on his sons.
Thu, Feb 09, 2023 - 02:00pm to 03:06pm CST
Wed, Mar 08, 2023 - 12:00pm to 01:06pm CST
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