WHEN IS UNDUE INFLUENCE, AND WHAT CAN DRAFTING LAWYERS DO TO DETECT IT?

Event Start:
11/16/2021 1:00 PM
Event End:
11/16/2021 2:00 PM

Date & Time: Tuesday, November 16, 2021 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Webinar Fee: $35

This program is online only.

WHEN IS UNDUE INFLUENCE, AND WHAT CAN DRAFTING LAWYERS DO TO DETECT IT?


Faculty

Hon. Anthony Nesi (Ret.), Probate & Family Court

Brian E. Barreira, Esq., Law Offices of Brian E. Barreira

Darian M. Butcher, Esq., Butcher Law LLC

Dr. Elizabeth Nasser, Clinical Psychologist, Northboro, MA

Join us and our esteemed panel as they discuss the intricacies of undue influence and how to deal with it in your law practice, including the following questions:

What Is undue influence under current Massachusetts case law?

When is there an “unnatural disposition”  --- does that phrase mean “inequitable result”? 

When is a person susceptible or vulnerable to undue influence?

What factors often lead to rulings about the opportunity to exercise undue influence?

When do courts shift the burden of proof to the influencer?

To provide “independent legal representation” to the person executing a legal instrument, what steps should lawyers take?

 

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