SUCCESSION: FAMILY & BUSINESS
Continuing Education Class
September 12, 2018
Estate Planning attorney, Steven Andrew Jackson, will teach a one hour Continuing Education class on “Succession: Family & Business.”
- Date: Wednesday, September 12, 2018
- Time: 8:00 am to 9:00 am
- Location: The Biltmore Building, One North Pack Square, in downtown Asheville
- CE Credit: The class is approved for one hour Continuing Education by the North Carolina Department of Insurance.
In one interesting hour we will dive into issues that have been brought to the forefront lately in the movie “All the Money In The World”, and the TV Shows: “Trust”, both about the Getty Family, and the transition of their family business; and “Succession” which is dealing with the family dynamics and the transition of the business. We also have seen that on a major scale here locally in Asheville, North Carolina in regards to the passing of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil, owners of the Biltmore Estate, and the succession of that local historic property and its many related enterprises.
Please join us for this interesting and fast paced hour.
In one hour, we will cover:
- Family Mindsets.
- Family History and Issues that Causes.
- Succession of the Business and Family Assets.
- Structuring the Transition.
- Keeping the Family in Relationship after the Estate Settles.
To register, click here to download Registration Form and follow instructions on the form.
Questions? Call us at 828-252-7300
Steven Andrew Jackson, Estate Planning & Asset Protection Attorney, is an approved provider of North Carolina Department of Insurance credited education. These Estate Planning & Asset Protection related continuing education classes Steve teaches are from one hour in length up to 6 hours in length of approved continuing education. The classes can be taught in Steve’s building, the Professional’s office or off-sight.
Steve also provides informative classes for the Professional’s client or prospects or the public.
Steve’s Continuing Education Classes list is updated regularly, as he creates new and helpful class material as we all keep up to date with the changing law and current events.
For more information about Continuing Education with the North Carolina Department of Insurance,