Review and Rewrite Virtually Every Business Buy-Sell Agreement!
(Or learn to do it yourself right the first time!)

Very often, attorneys will simply pull out a form and draft a Buy-Sell Agreement, without much experience in implementing them or a real understanding of the issues and nuances involved.

And far too often, that “boilerplate” Buy-Sell Agreement later becomes the business litigator’s dream paycheck!

Wouldn’t it be nice to know the traps of Buy-Sell Agreements, before you fall into them?

And wouldn’t it be nice to have a practical checklist of the “Top 10 Buy-Sell Mistakes” so you can quickly review existing ones - - and gain the attention and trust of high net worth business owners?

Whether you’re an attorney, CPA, financial advisor or insurance agent, you now have an opportunity to listen and learn from one of the nation’s renowned estate planning attorneys, Paul Hood, as he shares some of his unique insights - - on a special program entitled, “10 Things to Remember About Buy-Sell Agreements”.

On this program you will learn:

  • The right and wrong types of Buy-Sell for specific situations and purpose
  • Why a bad Buy-Sell often is worse than none at all!
  • The “triggering events”- - not just death, disability or divorce - - that need to be considered and appropriately addressed
  • How to choose the right consequence for each triggering event
  • Why and how Buy-Sells need to be coordinated with other legal documents, besides the estate plan
  • Why and how to avoid “valuation hell”! (the right and wrong valuation methods and procedures)
  • The crisis caused by improper funding approaches or worse - - none at all!
  • Special hidden traps for S Corporations
  • And lots of other “potholes” for the unwary!
  • Program Title: 10 Things to Remember About Buy-Sell Agreements
  • Speaker:
  • Duration: 90 minutes

L. Paul Hood

Jr., Esq.
L. Paul Hood

Paul Hood is presently a speaker, consultant and commentator on estate planning issues.  He also serves from time to time as a trust protector and trustee.  A former estate planning and tax attorney in Louisiana, Paul received his undergraduate and law degrees from LSU (he’s a proud Tiger!) and his LL.M. in taxation from Georgetown University Law Center.  He is a frequent speaker, is widely quoted and his articles have appeared in a number of publications, including BNA Tax Management Estates, Gifts and Trusts Memorandum, CCH Journal of Practical Estate Planning, Estate Planning, Valuation Strategies, Digest of Federal Tax Articles, Loyola Law Review, Louisiana Bar Journal, Tax Ideas, Family Foundation Advisor and Charitable Gift Planning News.  He is the author of BNA Portfolio 830 on general valuation.

Paul has spoken at programs sponsored by a number of law schools, including Duke, Georgetown, NYU, Tulane, Loyola (N.O.) and LSU, as well as many other professional organizations.  He taught estate and gift tax at the University of New Orleans for five years, and is now teaching a course on estate planning for the online masters in taxation program for Northeastern University.  From 1996-2004, Paul served on the Louisiana Board of Tax Appeals, a three member board that has jurisdiction over all Louisiana state tax matters.

Paul and Tim Lee wrote a book on business valuation that John Wiley & Sons published in the spring of 2011, and he is presently writing a book on estate planning for blended families that should be out in the spring of 2012.  A proud father of two teen-aged boys, Paul also was a longtime pitching coach, and he is a huge baseball fan.  Paul and his estate planning attorney wife, Carol Sobczak, reside in Napa, California.

IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING CE CREDIT

The Ultimate Estate Planner, Inc. and the presenter are not registered Continuing Education Sponsors and this program is not pre-approved for continuing education credit for any state or regulatory agency.

However, please note that each program includes a Certificate of Completion and, depending on the license and the regulatory agency for which governs a participant’s CE credit, some professionals may be able to self-report his or her participation and receive credit. It is the responsibility of the participant to complete any process necessary to seek self-reported CE credit for his or her participation. By registering for a teleconference (or purchasing on On-Demand program), you understand that CE credit is not guaranteed or warranted by the presenter or The Ultimate Estate Planner, Inc.

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