ACTEC

AcronymDefinition
ACTECAmerican College of Trust and Estate Counsel
ACTECAssociation for Cultural, Technical and Educational Cooperation (Belgium)
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The Study Committee Report and the ACTEC Commentaries argue that it is permissible for an estate planner to undertake such a separate representation.
ACTEC is pleased to offer select proprietary resources as a mobile reference to our members and to those who serve as financial advisors," said ACTEC President Louis A.
The study committee report and the ACTEC commentaries conclude that the attorney, faced with this insoluble dilemma, must act as fiduciary toward the joint clients(19) and may exercise discretion(20) to determine whether to make disclosure to the nonconfiding client.
He is a certified specialist in estate planning, trust and probate law (California Board of Legal Specialization) and a Fellow of ACTEC.
ACTEC includes the premier trust and estate practitioners and law professors and we welcome the fall 2011 Fellows who have demonstrated exceptional skill and made significant contributions to the field of trust and estate law," said ACTEC President, Mary F.
Hesch is the Director of the Notre Dame Tax & Estate Planning Institute, is with the Carlton Fields law firm in Miami, Florida, is an adjunct professor at the University of Miami Graduate Program in Estate Planning and is a Fellow in ACTEC.
Elected to ACTEC in 1995, Professor Radford served on the ACTEC Strategic Planning Task Force and has chaired the College's Long Range Planning Committee and Legal Education Committee.
Fellows of ACTEC are elected by membership at large following a nomination by other Fellows in their geographic area.
My thanks to William Baude, David Horton, Grayson McCouch, and auditors at faculty colloquia at the University of California, Davis School of Law, Florida State University College of Law, and Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, and at a meeting of the Legal Education Committee of ACTEC, for helpful comments.
See ACTEC, supra note 13, at 5 (discussing the "blinding prejudice" to arbitration in contemporary trusts and estates practice).
As the charitable arm of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, the foundation promotes scholarship and education in trust, estate, tax law and civic engagement of individual ACTEC Fellows through programs and activities which serve the general community, including those who are at risk and underserved.