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St. Louis Associate to Speak at CLE Seminar: How to Advise Your Clients-Pitfalls & Practice Tips After ‘Obergefell v. Hodges’

September 3, 2015

In the wake of Obergefell v. Hodges, the U.S. Supreme Court’s historic decision that gave gay and lesbian couples the fundamental right to marry in all 50 states, many lawyers have questions about how best to advise their clients on everything from employee benefits to adoption law. St. Louis Associate Elizabeth Schlesinger will present at a half-day Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis CLE seminar Sept. 11 on the topic.

Schlesinger specifically will discuss probate and trust law as it relates to Obergefell. A member of the firm’s Private Client Group, Schlesinger focuses her practice in assisting clients with pre-death estate planning and wealth preservation as well as post-death trust and probate administration.

The CLE is co-sponsored by BAMSL’s Employee Benefits Section, Family and Juvenile Law Section, Labor and Employment Law Section, LGBT Committee, and Probate and Trust Law Section.

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