Save the Date- 2019 RPPT Midyear Meeting and Conference; June 7th - June 9th!!!!
Save the Date for our 2019 RPPT Midyear Meeting and Conference. The program will be held on June 7-9, 2019 at the historic Davenport Hotel in Spokane, WA.
Please join the Real Property, Probate and Trust Section for its annual event where attendees will immerse themselves in the latest planning techniques and critical developments for real property and probate and trust lawyers. Attendees can benefit from programing covering a wide range of advanced level, Washington specific planning topics and will customize their leaning experience by attending specialized program tracks. Our outstanding faculty includes many of your favorite Washington speakers, as well as a number of new faces providing a fresh look at key issues in real property, probate and trust law.
Attendees can also benefit from practical guidance on current issues through a collegial learning atmosphere where networking opportunities abound and are encouraged. Some of the highlights of this year’s mid-year meeting include:
- A thorough review of case law and legislative updates
- An analysis of ethical considerations required to keep your practice current
- A discussion of current events at WSBA and how they could impact your practice
Concurrent sessions focusing on hot topics in real property or in probate and trust areas will include:
- A review of how technology may impact our estate planning practices
- An analysis of litigation in trust and estate
- Proposed legislative fixes for WUCIOA
- An update on Commercial Brokerage Association forms
SPECIAL EVENTThe 7th Annual Fun Run in honor of Scott A.W. Johnson will take place on the beautiful Spokane River along the falls. Information and the registration link is posted at https://www.stokeslaw.com/sawjfunrun
LODGING INFORMATIONThe room block is for Friday and Saturday nights. Click HERE to reserve your room in the Historic Davenport Hotel. The Group Rate is $169/night.
Room block cutoff is May 8th after which reservations are based on availability and the room prices may increase. Guest room rates include complimentary wireless and discounted parking.
For more information on the Davenport Hotels, please visit https://www.davenporthotelcollection.com/our-hotels/
PROGRAM CHAIRStephanie R. Taylor – Randall Danskin PS, Spokane
PROGRAM CO-CHAIRSA. Paul Firuz – KHBB Law, SeattleKeaton G. Hille – Hanson Baker, Bellevue
SCHEDULE - JUNE 711:45 a.m. Registration Opens 12:50 p.m. Seminar Begins 5:15 p.m. RPPT Section meeting 5:20 p.m. Adjourn
SCHEDULE - JUNE 87:30 a.m. Late Registration Opens 8:25 a.m. Seminar Begins 12:45 p.m. Adjourn
SCHEDULE - JUNE 97:00 a.m. Late Registration Opens 7:55 a.m. Seminar Begins 12:30 p.m. Adjourn
7th Annual Scott A.W. Johnson Fun Run
Saturday, June 8, 2019
Race starts at 7:00 a.m. SHARP
(Please be at start by 6:45 a.m.)
Registration link: https://www.stokeslaw.com/sawjfunrun
Race information and maps will be available at the WSBA RPPT Midyear meeting held at
The Davenport Hotel, 10 S Post St., Spokane.In lieu of a registration fee, and before registering for the race, please donate to one of the following organizations, which Scott supported and your contribution will be in his honor.
(suggested donation is $50)
RPPT Fellows Program Opportunities
Pro-Bono Opportunity with Northwest Justice Project
Northwest Justice Project, which provides civil legal services to low-income persons who could not otherwise afford them, seeks your probate expertise on a pro bono basis
to assist its clients. NJP’s Foreclosure Unit assists clients who are at risk of losing their homes to foreclosure. The unit sometimes finds its efforts are hampered by the fact that title to the client’s home is still in the name of a deceased parent. A common example involves a client facing a tax foreclosure who would qualify for a property tax exemption or a rescue loan but cannot obtain either because, without probate, the client does not have title to the property. Your assistance, working with NJP lawyers, can resolve that problem and prevent foreclosure. Please contact Dave Tarshes (206-707-0935
) or Chelsea Hicks (206-707-0933
) if you are available and interested to help.