General Meeting "TEDRA and Trust Accounting" with Michael Olver and Christopher Lee
Michael Olver and Christopher Lee, of Helsell Fetterman LLP: "TEDRA and Trust Accounting."
MICHAEL L. OLVER is a trial attorney with an emphasis in guardianship, probate, trust, and personal injury law litigation. The American Trial Lawyers Association has named him one of the top 100 trial attorneys in the State of Washington for 2008-2013 inclusive. He has been listed in "Who's Who in American Law" since 1985. He served as President of the Washington Chapter of NAELA in 2002, and has written and lectured on numerous issues of interest to elder law attorneys. He drafted the prototype d4A, d4C and C2B Trusts used and Special Needs Trusts in Washington. Mr. Olver also won decisions in the Washington State Supreme Court involving retroactive Medicaid lien recovery issues; and the property rights of unmarried persons in a probate; as well as several cases in the Court of Appeals; and has successfully litigated a Class Action against DSHS benefiting thousands of senior citizens and their families in the State of Washington. In 1998, he received the Outstanding Achievement Award by the Washington Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. Mr. Olver also serves as a mediator or arbitrator for TEDRA related matters.
CHRISTOPHER C. LEE. Christopher C. Lee received dual degrees form the University of Pennsylvania (1993), Bachelor of Arts from the School of Arts and Sciences and Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School of Business; and his J.D. from the University Of Minnesota Law School (1996). Mr. Lee is Of Counsel with the firm of Helsell Fetterman where he focuses on complex litigation matters related to trusts, estates, guardianship and matters concerning elderly clients. Mr. Lee has been recognized as a Rising Star from 2006 through 2012. He is currently CLE co-chair of the King County Bar Association Guardianship and Elder Law Section. Mr. Lee lives with his wife Sue and children, Poppy and Austin, in the Wedgwood neighborhood of Seattle.