FREE WORKSHOP FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN & YOUNG ADULTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
Steps to Take and Mistakes to Avoid
When Planning for Your Loved Ones
Tuesday, Sept. 19th
Individuals with special needs or disabilities often require a lifetime of care. As such, parents must plan early to ensure there are enough financial resources set aside and that foundational safeguards are in place to guarantee a secure future if their caregiver is no longer alive or physically able to provide care for them someday.
Our free workshop will help you alleviate any worries you may have about your loved one’s future and empower you with options and simple resources to stay in control.
You will learn:
- How to pass money to a child with disabilities so they are never disqualified from receiving government benefits
- How to prepare future caregivers to manage your child’s affairs if you ever become sick, disabled, or pass away and can no longer provide care
- Easy ways to “fund” a lifetime of care for your child. We’ll show you how to utilize solid legal strategies and financial tools to ensure your child is financially secure both now and throughout their life
Join us to have your questions answered and learn more about how estate planning can supplement your government benefits to protect your loved one’s future.
Fill out the form to RSVP or call (410) 573-4818!
Presented by: Estate Planning Attorney Stephanie Blair, of Sinclair Prosser Gasior
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About the Speaker:
Stephanie Blair’s early exposure to estate administration came at a young age. Through her mother’s role as trustee of her great-uncle’s estate, a seed of curiosity and fascination with the estate planning and administration process was planted. This interest only grew during her legal education and early career. Throughout Stephanie’s life and career, she has seen the impact of both effective and ineffective estate planning. Stephanie’s passion for the field of estate planning and administration fuels her desire to work with individuals, couples, and families to build a comprehensive estate plan that works to address their concerns and protect what they hold dear. She believes with a well-crafted estate plan and continued partnership between a firm and client, that a client can find peace of mind, leaving them to enjoy their lives and loved ones.
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