About the Seminar - Recorded 09/11/2020 
The SC Bar CLE Division is proud to present the 2020 South Carolina Probate Bench/Bar Seminar. Course Planners Judge Jacqueline Belton and Judge Heather Galvin have recruited a distinguished and experienced faculty to guide you through some of the most important issues trending in Probate practice in South Carolina.
 
As always, this year's program is mandatory for South Carolina's Probate Bench. If you practice in Probate Court, this is THE program of the year for you!
  
Seminar Highlights:
Long Term Care Ombudsman Program
Adult Protective Services
Panel Discussion on Intersection of Probate and Banking
Supportive Decision Making as an Alternative to Guardianship
Trust Matters
Heirs' Property Issues
Annual Case Law Update, and Ethics!
  
Seminar Agenda 
Welcome and Opening Remarks 

The Honorable Jacqueline Belton, Richland County Probate Court 
The Honorable Heather Galvin, Beaufort County Probate Court 
Long Term Care Ombudsman Program - What they do and What you should know
Dale Watson, Lt. Governor's Office on Aging Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program 
Adult Protective Services: Securing the Well-Being of Vulnerable Adults 
Shannon L. Felder, Adult Protection Services, S.C. Department of Social Services 
The Intersection between Probate Practice and Banking 
Gina Booth, Security Federal Bank 
Lane Cook, Attorney & CFP, LawyerLisa LLC 
Karl G. Lutterloh, Security Federal Bank
Moderator: The Honorable Jacqueline Belton 
Supportive Decision Making as an Alternative to Guardianship 
Jonathan G. Martinis, Senior Director for Law and Policy, The Burton Blatt Institute at Syracuse University 
Primer on Trust Matters 
James C. Hardin III, James C. Hardin III, PLLC 
“In the Matter Of”: Navigating Family Dynamics in Probate and Heirs' Property Issues 
C. Reneé Gregory, Center for Heirs' Property Preservation 
D. Hope Watson, Center for Heirs' Property Preservation 
Ethical Implications: Dual Representation Do's and Don'ts 
Michael J. Polk, Belser & Belser, PA 
The Ethics of Remote Technology 
Michael J. Polk 
Case Law Update 
Prof. S. Alan Medlin, University of South Carolina School of Law 

Mandatory MCLE Credit Hours
This seminar qualifies for 6.0 MCLE credit hours, including up to 1.0 LEPR credit hour. This seminar also qualifies for 5.50 Estate Planning and Probate specialization credit.
 
This seminar is an Intermediate to Advanced level program.
 
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, if you completed this in 2020, please use this course code: 207307ADO