OMRF and the Integris Foundation will host estate planning seminars for attorneys, CPAs and financial planners on Dec. 10 in Oklahoma City and Dec. 11 in Tulsa.
The course, titled “Retirement Accounts in 2013,” will focus on planning optimal outcomes for families and charitable giving objectives.
Keynote speaker at both locations will be Christopher Hoyt, professor at the University of Missouri (Kansas City) School of Law and past chair of the ABA Committee on Charitable Organizations.
The seminar will provide attendees with 4 hours of CLE credit by the Oklahoma Bar Association. CPAs who attend will receive a certificate to document their attendance, and CFPs will receive 4 hours’ credit.
Seminar attendees will also hear a presentation on hearing loss research by OMRF and Hough Ear Institute scientists and physicians.
The Dec. 10 seminar will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. at OMRF, 820 NE 15th St. The Tulsa seminar on Dec. 11 will be located at the Doubletree Hotel Downtown, 616 West 7th St., from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The seminar costs $60, and seating is limited. Registration is required and will remain open through Dec. 5. To register for either location, call (405) 271-8646, email Allisonfirstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.omrf.org/estate.