33 ACTEC J. 1 (2007-2008)

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THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF TRUST AND ESTATE COUNSEL
3415 S. Sepulveda Boulevard, Suite 330 * Los Angeles, California 90034 * (310) 398-1888 * Fax: (310) 572-7280 * www.actec.org
M. Read Moore, Editor / Marc A. Chorney, Associate Editor / Christopher P. Cline, Assistant Editor
Table of Contents
Volume 33, No. 1, Summer 2007
Standby Guardianship Legislation: At the Midway Point ......................... 2
Joshua S. Rubenstein
A survey of standby guardianship laws now adopted by half of the states.
The Fault, Dear Brutus, Is Not in Our Stars, But in Ourselves.
Some Thoughts on the Estate Planning Profession ....................   .........34
Christopher R Cline
What can we as estate planning lawyers do to better serve our clients?
Planning for Disability   .................................................. 42
William L. E. Dussault
Why planning for disability is important for all clients and their families.
This Land Is Your Land, This Land Is (Still) My Land:
Using Qualified Conservation Contributions to Preserve
Cherished Family Properties   .............................................72
Nancy G. Henderson
A how-to guide on conservation easements with highlights of recent legislation.
Drafting Flexible Irrevocable Trusts    ........................................ 86
Jonathan C. Lurie and William R. Burford
How we can make irrevocable trusts even more flexible-old favorites and new ideas.

33     ACTEC Journal 1       (2007)

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