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Probate & Estate Section: Conservatorship Panel

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Date Published

November 12, 2020


Memphis Bar Association


Conservatorships, Probate & Estate


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This panel will discuss COVID-related issues when dealing with conservatorships. The practitioners will discuss best practices and modifications made in order to accommodate the current climate since the COVID outbreak.


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Chasity Grice

Chasity Sharp Grice is a member with Peppel, Grice and Palazzolo, P.C. in Memphis, Tennessee where she practices in the areas... Read More

Beth Bradley

Beth Weems Bradley’s practice primarily focuses on probate matters, including estate planning, administrating both complex... Read More

Kevin E. Childress

Kevin E. Childress’ practice focuses primarily on probate administration matters involving estate and trust administration,... Read More

Scott B. Peatross

Scott B. Peatross’ practice focuses exclusively on probate law, which includes wills, trusts, estates, guardianships,... Read More

Paul Royal

Paul Royal is a partner with Crislip, Philip and Royal where he focuses his practice in probate matters. Mr. Royal’s probate... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Probate & Estate Section: Conservatorship Panel - Video
Conservatorship Panel Slide Handout - Paper
A Notice About Remote Hearings - Paper
Emergency Conservatorship Petition - Paper
Notice of Hearing - Paper
Division One Procedures During Pandemic - Paper
Sample Order Appointing AAL - Paper
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