Michael Goode recent spoke on Legal Ethics in the Trusts Practice at the National Business Institute’s How to Use Trusts to…Choose the Right Wealth Planning Instruments for Each Client. Michael discussed setting reasonable attorney fees, guarding client confidentiality, and verifying testamentary capacity in addition to conflicts of interest in joint representation and fiduciary liability. Michael focuses his practice on the tax, business, and estate planning needs of families and businesses. He has extensive experience in preparing estate and business succession plans for a variety of clients both large and small, including those with closely held family businesses, large retirement accounts, and complex legal issues. He works directly with advisors, banks, and trust companies to provide innovative solutions to clients’ wealth preservation needs.