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Guardianship (the Basics and Beyond) and the ABCs of ABLE

Join us for a discussion of options relating to surrogate decision making including, but not limited to, guardianship. This will include a brief discussion of the “basics”, followed by an in-depth look at non-routine issues (i.e., those issues that don’t often arise, but when they do you will be glad you attended this session!). As an unrelated topic, we will also explore the evolution of ABLE since its inception in 2014 and ideas on how to make the most of ABLE accounts for your clients.
Credits: 1 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P9016-21E-04
$80.00 or 1.00 credits
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Expires 11/2023


Sara Riechert, Chamberlin Law Group, Oak Brook

Timothy J. Rigby, Hart, Southworth & Witsman, Springfield

Expires 11/2023


Sara Riechert, Chamberlin Law Group, Oak Brook

Timothy J. Rigby, Hart, Southworth & Witsman, Springfield

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Program Date12/8/2021
Session from:5th Annual Special Needs Institute
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Program Date12/8/2021
Session from:5th Annual Special Needs Institute
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