Join us for an insightful seminar where we delve into crucial aspects of real estate transactions that Seniors Real Estate Specialists often encounter.
During this Livestream viewers will:
- Learn the power and intricacies of Power of Attorney (POA), including the importance of obtaining and verifying executed POAs when entering contracts.
- Understand the role of a POA in financial transactions, its necessity for lenders and the correct execution procedures.
- Explore the world of trusts, distinguishing between land trusts and estate planning vessels. Gain insights into trust ownership, trustees' powers, beneficiaries and the critical role they play in signing contracts. Uncover the nuances of naming and verifying trustees, ensuring proper execution to avoid complications.
- Navigate the complexities of dealing with a deceased seller, exploring probate processes, requirements for letters of office and considerations for an Affidavit of Heirship. Discover how a trust can still play a role in transactions involving deceased sellers and when a successor trustee might need to step in.
This seminar is your guide to understanding the legal and practical aspects of real estate transactions, ensuring you have the knowledge to navigate these intricate scenarios. Don't miss out on this opportunity to enhance your expertise in real estate dealings. Remember, informed decisions lead to successful transactions!"
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Jill DanielsOwner, Jill Daniels LLC
Jill Daniels is an experienced attorney, mediator, and advocate. She focuses her practice on residential real estate, collaborative divorce and mediation. Jill earned her law degree from Loyola University Chicago in 1999 and her undergraduate degree from Illinois Benedictine College (now Benedictine University) in 1995. She began her career as a litigator, trying and arbitrating hundr...
Jill Daniels is an experienced attorney, mediator, and advocate. She focuses her practice on residential real estate, collaborative divorce and mediation. Jill earned her law degree from Loyola University Chicago in 1999 and her undergraduate degree from Illinois Benedictine College (now Benedictine University) in 1995. She began her career as a litigator, trying and arbitrating hundreds of cases.
Jill is a frequent speaker, regularly presenting to REALTORS®, prospective home buyers and financial planners. She is a graduate of the Center for Conflict Resolution (CCR) Mediator Mentorship Program and completed the 40-hour Basic Training Workshop in Domestic Relations Mediation with nationally renowned clinician, Zena D. Zemuta, J.D. Jill is chair certified with the Mandatory Arbitration Center of Cook County and is a court-certified divorce mediator for financial and custody disputes.
Jill is married to Peter Daniels, whom she met in law school. They reside in La Grange, IL, and have four children, one of whom was adopted from Ethiopia. She enjoys family time and loves photography.