Rhonda Griswold to Speak on “Moving to Paradise” and Estate Plans
The University of Hawai`i Foundation presents the 2016 Professional Advisor Continuing Education Series for Hawai’i’s professional advisors. Join Cades partner Rhonda L. Griswold as she shares insights on estate planning for those looking to move from California to Hawai`i.
Hawai’i estate planning attorney Rhonda L. Griswold and California estate planning attorney Elizabeth A. Bawden will discuss the common estate plans clients put into place in California and other community property states and explore the issues that arise when those clients move to Hawai’i. Understanding the application of California’s community property rules and basic planning and their interplay with Hawai’i planning and Hawai’i’s Uniform Disposition of Community Property Rights at Death Act will equip Hawai’i advisors to understand and recommend steps their clients can take upon arrival in Hawai’i to ensure that their families not only live in paradise but have planning in place to match.
“Moving to Paradise – What you need to know about your clients’
estate plans when they move from California to Hawai`i”
Friday, April 29, 2016
11:30am – 2:00pm
Complimentary registration and lunch
For information on registering, contact: email@example.com
Rhonda L. Griswold is a partner with Cades Schutte and Chair of its Trusts and Estates Department. Her practice focuses on estate planning, trust administration and fiduciary duties, and probate, conservatorships, and guardianships.
Ms. Griswold’s practice includes advising clients as to all areas of estate planning, from basic wills and trusts to more sophisticated planning such as generation-skipping dynasty trusts, sales to irrevocable trusts, qualified domestic trusts, charitable gifts, and family limited partnership planning.