Anne Hamilton Curry, a partner with Mallor Grodner LLP, served on the faculty of a professional continuing education seminar, on May 20, 2022. The seminar was part of the annual Estate Planning Day, hosted by the Hoosier Hills Estate Planning Council (“HHEPC”), at the Monroe Convention Center, in Bloomington, Indiana. Anne’s presentation was entitled “When Trusts Go Wrong: Ideas and Options for Common Trust Scenarios.” An introductory estate planning session, open to the public, was also presented by a panel consisting of an attorney, a CPA, and a financial planner.
The HHEPC is an interdisciplinary organization for professionals involved in estate planning. The purposes of the HHEPC are to promote cooperative efforts among all professionals in the field of estate planning, to engage in continuing education to continuously improve service provided, to promote respect and understanding of the relationship among the professions represented by its members, and to advance public knowledge of the concept of estate planning. Learn more about HHEPC at https://www.hhepc.org.
Anne practices in the areas of estate planning, estate administration, probate, and estate litigation. She is a board-certified Indiana Estate and Trust Lawyer, as certified by the Trust and Estate Specialty Board of the Indiana State Bar Association. Anne currently serves as Co-Chair of the Trust and Estate Specialty Board and is a member of the Probate Code Review Committee of the Indiana State Bar Association.