This course covers the essentials of guardianships, including:
This is an essential seminar for those new to the Modest Means program, for Modest Means volunteers, and for those interested in an introduction to guardianship.
Carrie Rednour, Rednour Law Offices PLLC
ABOUT THE MODEST MEANS PROJECT
The Modest Means Project provides low-cost legal assistance to people who cannot afford the expertise of attorneys at standard rates, but who do not qualify for free legal services due to income qualifications or other restrictions. For more information about the program, and to volunteer, visit www.azbar.org/modestmeans.
Current Modest Means Project Volunteers: Contact Chris Groninger at email@example.com to receive your coupon code for 50% off registration.
Legal Aid Attorneys: For a limited time only, please be our guest at the virtual program. Contact Chris Groninger at firstname.lastname@example.org for your coupon code. Advanced registration is required, coupon code is valid only for registration to attend on the original day the virtual program is offered. The coupon code is not available for OnDemand and CLE2Go versions of this course.
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Carrie L. Rednour practices law in Tucson, Arizona, where she focuses on estate planning, probate, guardianships, conservatorships and elder law. Carrie graduated from the University of Arizona College of Law in 2001. In 2006, Carrie started her own law office – Rednour Law Offices, PLLC.
Carrie is a member of the Arizona Women Lawyers Association (Southern Arizona Steering Committee member 2003-2017; President 2009; State Board Member 2009-present; Vice President 2015; President-Elect 2016; President 2017), State Bar of Arizona Mental Health and Elder Law (Chair 2008-2009), Pima County Bar Association, and a past member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (Board member 2007-2008) and Arizona Fiduciaries Association (Board member 2015-2017).
Carrie was recognized for her volunteer project with the Pima County Bar Association Young Lawyer’s Division by coordinating a volunteer program helping individuals obtain guardianships of their developmentally disabled relatives. Carrie is a past member of the Board of the Lohse Family YMCA and the Crisis Response Network of Southern Arizona.
Carrie is a member of the Board of Growth Partners Arizona and CYT Tucson.
Carrie is a frequent speaker to the community and other lawyers on estate planning, probate, long term care planning and elder law.
Carrie volunteers with the Minor Guardianship Clinic for Southern Arizona Legal Aid.
In 2011, Carrie was selected as a Top Attorney by Tucson Lifestyle Magazine. In addition, Carrie is a member of the 2011 40 Under 40 class. In 2019, Carrie was recognized by the Arizona Bar Foundation as a Top 50 Pro Bono Attorney and received the Frances McClelland Community Practitioner Award. Carrie also received the Alice Truman Leadership Award from the Arizona Women Lawyers Association in 2019.
Carrie spends her free time with her family, including her 2 children.