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Sandra D. Glazier Featured Speaker at Wilmington Trust’s 2017 Summer Symposium for Trusts & Estates Professionals

SG001_SQ_eSandra D. Glazier, author of Testimony from Beyond the Grave – The Gravamen of the Attorney-Client Privilege in Will and Trust Contests, will be a featured speaker on this topic during Wilmington Trust’s 2017 Summer Symposium for Trusts & Estates Professionals. This symposium will be held on July 19, 2017 at Christie’s in New York City. Ms. Glazier’s presentation has qualified for one Ethics CLE credit in New York and New Jersey.

An attorney for more than 35 years, Ms. Glazier is known for her expertise and successful track record in probate litigation, estate planning, trust and estate administration, and family law matters. The cases she works on tend to be very complex and require technical as well as legal expertise. Ms. Glazier has represented contestants and proponents of estate planning documents, as well as fiduciaries, in significant trust litigation proceedings. An AV Preeminent® rated attorney, she has also been recognized as a “Top Lawyer” by DBusiness, in the areas of probate, estate and family law.

Ms. Glazier has had numerous articles published by some of the legal industry’s leading publications. In addition, she has presented on estate planning and probate litigation related topics for the American Bar Association, Notre Dame Tax and Estate Planning Institute, Kansas City Estate Planning Symposium, Michigan’s Institute of Continuing Education, Oakland County Bar Association, Wilmington Trust’s New York Trust Symposium and the Bloomberg BNA Estate and Gift Tax Advisory Board. She has taught “Valuation for Federal, Estate and Gift Tax Purposes” in a Masters level course. Ms. Glazier is a principal of Lipson, Neilson, Cole, Seltzer, Garin, P.C. and practices out of their Bloomfield Hills, Michigan office.

Contact: Sandra D. Glazier
Phone: 248-593-5000
Email: sglazier@lipsonneilson.com

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