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Estate Planning for Special Needs

Get practice pointers for both First-Party and Third-Party Special Needs Trusts and learn how to effectively use expanded powers and planning language in power of attorney documents, wills and trusts to accommodate special needs. Also included are tips for planning for a spouse's disability within an estate plan.
Credits: 1 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P9004-23R-09A
$60.00 or 1.00 credits
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Faculty:

Heidi E. Dodd, Dodd & Wambold, O’Fallon

Heather E. Voorn, Voorn, Jaworski, & Preston, PLLC, New Lenox

Expires: 6/1/2025

Faculty:

Heidi E. Dodd, Dodd & Wambold, O’Fallon

Heather E. Voorn, Voorn, Jaworski, & Preston, PLLC, New Lenox

Expires: 6/1/2025

Products specifications
Program Date5/22 - 5/23/2023
CategorySpecial Needs & Disability
Products specifications
Program Date5/22 - 5/23/2023
CategorySpecial Needs & Disability
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