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VIRTUAL ETHICS FORUM: Ethical Considerations When Your Client Might Have Diminishing Capacity

  • Tuesday, April 26, 2022
  • 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
  • Zoom Webinar (Details to be sent the day prior to the program)

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"Ethical Considerations When Your Client Might Have Diminishing Capacity"

Have you ever met with a client and thought, is my client slipping mentally? Worse yet, have you ever been in a situation when a family member to a client has taken a more involved role and wondered why isn’t your client speaking up and, when you question the client, they do not seem the same? What do the ethics rules tell us about these interactions?

Join us for a discussion on the PA Elder Abuse statutes along with the requirements of the surrounding states.  We will look at:

  • PA professional code of conduct for lawyers
  • Best practices per a private trust company
  • Best practices in the Advisory/Financial Planning Industry

Following the presentation, we discuss case studies of some real-life situations.

Speakers:

Richard Bell, CKA, Planning Capital Management
Rick is a Senior Financial Planner and the Founding Partner of Planning Capital Management. Drawing from his experience as a Financial Advisor, he developed the organization specifically to provide no boundary wealth management strategies to meet its client’s goals.  With a mission of bringing together some of the finest talent in the industry, each having unique qualities in the areas finance working together to provide our clients with the depth of knowledge and the personal high quality service needed to accomplish their goals.  Rick’s experience came from working with a National Brokerage firm where he provided investment strategies and asset management solutions to high-net-worth private clients, institutions and non-profit foundations. Later he joined an independent firm where he helped to develop this, predominately insurance and estate planning, boutique into a wealth management firm.

Karen Fahrner, Heckscher, Teillon, Terrill & Sager, P.C.
Kim’s practice concentrates on all aspects of the trusts and estates field. Prior to joining Heckscher, Teillon, Terrill and Sager, she served as in-house Senior Counsel for a major Philadelphia financial institution and previously held high-level executive positions with a Philadelphia area trust company, serving as President of its Delaware Trust Company subsidiary and CEO of its multi-family office as well as Chief Operating Officer and Chief Fiduciary Officer for its Wealth Division. Kim was a partner at a Philadelphia law firm before joining the trust company.

Melinda G. Rath, Glenmede
Melinda G. Rath is a Wealth Advisor and Relationship Manager in Glenmede’s Philadelphia office. In her role, Ms. Rath partners with other estate planning professionals to provide tailored advice and guidance in the areas of wealth transfer, fiduciary services, financial, estate and charitable planning/management.

Two Education Credits for CLE (ETHICS - PA Only), Insurance (PA Only), CFP (non-ethics credit), CPA (PA Only), PACE and CTFA will be offered.

This meeting is being co-sponsored by


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