Kara Gansmann, a Partner based in the Wilmington office of Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP, served as a co-planner for the 24th Annual Elder Law & Special Needs Law Symposium of the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA). The conference was held in Charlotte on Feb. 20-21.
The two-day event offered CLE to elder law and special needs law practitioners from across the state and offered topics ranging from end-of-life decision-making and cultural influences to ethical considerations in a guardianship context to planning for use of bitcoin.
Kara serves as a voting member on the NCBA Elder Law & Special Needs Law Section Council and was elected to a three-year term in 2019. Additionally, she serves as Chair of the Cranfill Sumner Elder Law and Estate Planning Practice Group and is based in the firm’s Wilmington office.