Attorney Schechter Presents at NYSBA Speaking Engagement

New York Probate Attorney Kimberly Schechter was invited by the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) to speak as a faculty member during the "What You Need to Know as a Guardian Ad Litem 2016" seminar in Melville, New York on May 17th. In particular, she presented the section titled Probate (Uncontested and Contested) and Administration Proceedings. The nearly-hour-long portion covered all aspects of probate that could concern a guardian ad litem, including due execution, objections to probate, intestate proceedings, and more.

The program overall allowed attendees to discover the importance and the roles of a guardian ad litem (GAL) throughout a four-hour seminar period. Other NYSBA faculty and guest speakers covered a variety of related topics, including evaluating a ward's best interests, compensation limits, and the examination of trust accounting schedules. People in attendance could also receive a total of 4.5 MCLE Credits.

Attorney Schechter has been a trusted name in trust and estate litigation, as well as probate, ever since she joined Novick & Associates, PC. With a history of wanting to help those in need – including being an active Board Member of People Need Caring, Inc. a foundation that supports indigent children across the world – Kimberly was eager to put her talents to good use at the NYSBA seminar.

For more information regarding the NYSBA "What You Need to Know as a Guardian Ad Litem 2016" presentation, you can review the event on their website by clicking here. To learn more about Attorney Kimberly Schechter, you can view her attorney profile. If you need help probate or estate litigation, you should also contact Novick & Associates, PC today, or call 877-NOVICK1 to schedule a free case evaluation.

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