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Tyler Arbour to Speak at National Business Institute’s Estate Administration Seminars


07/23/2019

Tyler Arbour

Lugenbuhl associate Tyler Arbour will serve as a speaker during the National Business Institute’s upcoming estate administration seminars in New Orleans and Baton Rouge.

In New Orleans, the two-day Estate Administration Boot Camp seminar will take place August 5-6, 2019 at the Pan American Conference and Media Center. In Baton Rouge, the two-day seminar will take place August 7-8, 2019 at the Red Roof Baton Rouge.

Targeted to attorneys, accountants, tax professionals and financial planners, the seminars will feature a range of presentations covering topics focused on effective estate administration. Both seminars provide CLE and CPE credits.

Arbour will speak during both seminars and present lectures on two topics, including “Spouse Elective Share and Disclaimers” and “Trusts that Affect Estate Administration.” His presentations will take place on August 5 during the New Orleans seminar and on August 7 in Baton Rouge.

More information about the seminars is available on the National Business Institute’s website. Click here for details or to register for the New Orleans seminar. For details or to register for the Baton Rouge seminar, click here

Arbour’s experience covers commercial transactions and commercial litigation, with a substantial portion of his practice devoted to trust and estate planning, administration, tax planning and controversy, and tax exempt organizations. He was recently selected to New Orleans CityBusiness’ 2019 Leadership in Law class for his extensive professional accomplishments and civic contributions. View his profile for more information.

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