Complimentary Estate Planning Webinar
Trusts for Beneficiaries with Special Needs
Thursday, September 24th
12 – 1:00 PM
|Join CGA and the YCEA for a Virtual Leadership Luncheon on Thursday, September 24th at 12 p.m for information on creating trusts for beneficiaries with special needs.|
CGA Law Firm’s experienced estate law attorney, Tim Bupp, will provide an overview of the types and applications of special needs trusts, as well as the uses of Pa ABLE accounts to assist in estate and personal planning.
A special needs trust is a wonderful tool that can empower a person with disability (“PWD”) and their family, by preserving access to benefits while at the same time protecting family assets.
Register to reserve your spot today:
Attorney Tim Bupp
Tim chairs CGA’s Estate Law Department. He provides clients with specialized advice in Estate Planning, Business and tax planning, Real Estate transactions and related matters. Tim has advanced degrees in business administration, business taxation, and law, as well as his certifications in estate planning and employee benefits taxation.
Tim earned the designation of Certified Elder Law Attorney from the National Elder Law Foundation, the only ABA-approved Elder Law certification approved by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. As a CELA, Tim is recognized to have completed the training and practice required to be an expert in the field of elder and special needs law.
Tim may be reached directly at (717) 887-7504 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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