15 Prob. Notes. 1 (1989-1990)

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Probate Notes
THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF PROBATE COUNSEL * 2716 Ocean Park Boulevard, Suitel080 * Santa Monica, California 90405
Jerold L Horn, Editor Jerry J. McCoy, Ass't Editor / @ American College of Probate Counsel 1989

Geraldine S.
Hemmerling

President's
Message

T he College is composed of an out
standing group of very talented, ex-
tremely able lawyers. It is an honor and
privilege to be the President. With your
help and support, I hope to follow the very
high standards set by my predecessors.
I would like to congratulate Mal Moore
for a very successful term of office and for
his effective leadership. Among his many
accomplishments, Mal kept the College
fully involved in national tax matters,
including efforts to repeal or change IRC
Section 2036 (c); he broadened the mem-
bership and scope of College Commit-
tees; he instituted a new one-day seminar
at the fall 1988 meeting in Kansas City
which focused on financial planning; and
he was instrumental in the Tucson Bike
Ride campaign, which raised about
$115,000 for the ACPC foundation.
Mal also arranged some outstanding
College meetings during his term. The
educational program at the Tucson An-
nual Meeting, developed by Waller Hor-
sley and the Program Committee, was
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Volume 15, No. 1, Summer 1989
Table of Contents
President's Message........................
Calendar of Events..........................
In  M em oriam  ........................................................

....1

. . . ....... 2
..  .. ................ 6

Editorial ..........................      ..... 7
Hearty ACPC Group Takes to the Road and Earns
$115,000 for Foundation ....................................................  8
Maxine Dillingham
Trail to Tucson - The Final Report ..................9
W. Thomas Coffman
The ACPC Welcomes Its New Officers, Regents,
Foundation Directors and Newly Elected Fellows ......10

Planning for Disability
James N. Zartman

11

Planning and Drafting Durable Powers of Attorney ......27
Francis J. Collin, Jr.
Report of the State Laws Committee ..................................89
NOTE!
The format of this issue of Probate Notes has been changed. The
table of contents is on the front page for easier reference. The type
style change has been made for easier reading. The Editorial Board
invites your comments.
Jerold I. Horn
Editor, Probate Notes

Probate Notes  1    (1989)

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