The Sharp Law Firm to Exhibit Its Ongoing Community Commitment at Tax & Estate Planning Forum; Attorney Cynthia Sharp to Share Legal Knowledge at New Jersey Law Center

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On December 14, 2005, estate and elder law attorney Cynthia Sharp will hold court with other tax and estate planning professionals at the 54th Semi-annual Tax & Estate Planning Forum. This symposium will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick. Sharp’s topic of discussion will analyze the ethical issues estate planners face in determining precisely who an attorney represents in their particular circumstance. Individuals who are interested in learning more about Attorney Sharp’s estate and elder legal services can visit The Sharp Law Firm online at http://www.CynthiaSharp.com.

On December 14, 2005, estate and elder law attorney Cynthia Sharp will hold court with other tax and estate planning professionals at the 54th Semi-annual Tax & Estate Planning Forum. This symposium will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick. Sharp’s topic of discussion will analyze the ethical issues estate planners face in determining precisely who an attorney represents in their particular circumstance. Individuals who are interested in learning more about Attorney Sharp’s estate and elder legal services can visit The Sharp Law Firm online at http://www.CynthiaSharp.com.

Comprising the Ethics Two portion of the program, Cynthia Sharp, Esquire’s talk will occupy the agenda’s 11:15 a.m. time slot. Titled “Who Is the Client in the Context of Estate Planning and Estate Administration?” Sharp’s discussion will cover a much-debated legal issue: whether engaging a single attorney is the most advantageous approach to estate planning and administration. In particular, she will address the potential conflicts of interest that are inherent in specific estate-planning situations. Specifically, she will answer the following questions: Should a husband and wife be represented by the same estate planner? What ramifications result from an attorney representing the interests of an estate where there are multiple beneficiaries? Should adult children bring their parent’s elder law matters to their own attorney when seeking advice on Medicaid planning and asset preservation??

In 2005, five million elderly Americans received Medicaid benefits. With federal guidelines constantly changing, now more than ever the nation’s golden population and their caregivers are faced with an abundance of estate planning questions…questions for which they don’t know where to turn for answers. With a central concentration on estate and elder law, The Sharp Law Firm is committed to providing estate planners with a solution to their dilemma.

Cynthia Sharp, Esquire’s appearance at the 54th Semi-annual Tax & Estate Planning Forum is just another example of her continued commitment to educating the public. By freely and openly discussing the areas of concern that must be dealt with in a potential joint representation situation, and by outlining the applicable ethical rules, she hopes to arm estate planners with the knowledge and wherewithal to avoid any and all potential ethical pitfalls.

For more information on Cynthia Sharp’s Tax & Estate Planning Forum appearance, contact her at (856) 546 5666. To learn how your estate and elder planning situations can benefit from Attorney Sharp’s services, visit The Sharp Law Firm online at http://www.CynthiaSharp.com.

Contact:

Cynthia Sharp, Esquire

208 White Horse Pike

Haddon Heights, NJ 08035

(856) 546 5666

http://www.CynthiaSharp.com

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