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Due to inclement weather conditions, the Raleigh office will be closed today, Jan. 21, 2022.

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February 15, 2022

FinTech and Special Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs)

Continuing the FinTech University series, join chair of Nelson Mullins FinTech and Regulation Practice and moderator, Richard Levin, and attorneys Jon Talcott, Andy Tucker, and Peter Strand for this one-hour session, "FinTech and SPACs." Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit will be sought for all attorneys requesting. Certificates of attendance are available upon request for CPE purposes. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit.

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The Estate Planning & Probate Litigation Blog

Sept. 2, 2020

Legal and Psychiatric Perspectives of Undue Influence: Part 3

By Robert H. Brunson


This month, the Will and Probate Litigator Blog is featuring the final installment of the “Legal and Psychiatric Perspectives of Undue Influence” with partner Robert Brunson and Charleston, S.C. Psychiatrist, Dr. Linda Austin. Robert interviews Dr. Austin about the prevalence of dementia in an increasingly aging baby boomer population and the risks that declining cognitive functioning can pose to high wealth families. This interview includes a discussion of what to do when the family believes a parent or grandparent is being influenced unduly. 

The interview is divided into three parts. The first installment, released in July, discusses the general issues of cognitive decline and the potential for undue influence. The second interview segment, released in August, concerns what families should look for if they are concerned that a parent may be vulnerable to undue influence. The third segment, posted above, includes a discussion of what to do when the family believes a parent or grandparent is being influenced unduly. Each installation is short but contains essential information from both the legal and mental health perspectives of this complicated and often vexing issue.

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