Join us for an informative online workshop on Special Needs Planning!
Special Needs Trust- How A Special Needs Trust Can Protect Assets For A Disabled Loved One
Special needs planning for Washington and Idaho parents.
Online Special Needs Planning Workshop
Wednesday, December 28th
You can watch the online workshop from your mobile device or computer.
Register today even if you can't log on during the scheduled time as we will send out a replay of the workshop.
Planning ahead for a child with Special Needs can be easy, but most people just keep kicking the can down the road and never get the process started.
You can very easily and effectively make sure that your child’s critical public benefits will be maintained regardless of what happens in the future.
You can take control of your child’s future and appoint the right people to have the ability to take care of their needs with just a few proactive steps.
Even though your world revolves around the needs of your family, YOU also need to protect yourself from future uncertainty.
And when all of this is in place, you can finally attain the peace of mind and protection you’re seeking.
Discover the following in this comprehensive workshop:
Planning For Everyone
Special Needs planning is not only for your children, but for your entire family. You can benefit from ensuring your assets and finances are properly taken care of after your death.
Learn about the pros & cons of ABLE Accounts (529A), Special Needs Trusts (SNTs), third party trusts and other tools available to you in order to ensure your wishes are carried out.
Protect Your Child's Benefits
Discover which federal and state benefits are available to your family and how to protect them based on your unique needs and circumstances.
Reserve your complimentary spot Today!
Why we created this workshop:
Special needs planning may seem intimidating, but it is a necessary step in ensuring that your love ones are well taken care.
During this educational workshop you will receive the valuable information you need in order to make an informed decision on how to best administer your estate and to make sure your best interest and wishes are carried out.