The financial crisis might be abating, but advisors are still fielding questions from clients about how they should insure their collectibles against irreparable damage and their assets against liability suits.

So the private client group division of Chartis, a New York City-based insurance provider has created more continuing education credit courses to help financial planners to high-net-worth families deal with the issues as they arise. Advisors can also get CFP continuing education credits for their efforts. More than 20 complimentary courses are included in the enhancements, under titles like Wildland and Urban Interface Fire Exposures and Mitigation, and Beauty and Bling: Preserving the Value of Jewelry Collections.

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