"Estate Law Changes - What You Need to Know Professionally and Personally," Richland County Bar Association, 2016
"Changes to the South Carolina Probate Code," South Carolina Probate Judges' Association, Columbia Tax Study Group; S.C. Association of CPA's; South Carolina Bar; Charleston Estate Planning Council, 2013; Burkett CPA Seminar; SC Bar Convention; Orangeburg County Bar; Columbia Bank Counsel, 2014
"Considerations in Delayed Probate," South Carolina Bar, 2013.
"Mediation in the Probate Court," South Carolina Bar, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
"Considerations Before Opening an Estate," South Carolina Bar, 2012
"Probate Administration in South Carolina," South Carolina Bar, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
“Non-Probate Transfers,” South Carolina Bar, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
"Creditors' Claims in Probate," Richland County Bar Association, 2010
“Selected Issues Regarding Creditors’ Claims Under the South Carolina Probate Code,” Horry County Probate Court, 2009
“Selected Issues Regarding Creditors’ Claims Under the South Carolina Probate Code,” South Carolina Probate Judges’ Association, 2009
“Tax Issues in Elder Law,” South Carolina Bar, 2009
“Asset Protection Planning for Professionals,” Columbia Medical Society, 2007
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