Posts Tagged ‘estate planning’

From Attorney Rehmeyer: 5 Changes to Make Before Your Child Goes to College

access_time Posted on: July 14th, 2022

Last date of this series. If your child becomes sick while away at college, a hospital or doctor’s office will not release any information to you over the phone. In the eyes of the law, your child is an adult, but as parents we care for them well beyond 18 years. Make sure your family has the proper documentation in place to avoid chaos and protect your newly-independent child. —– On this live workshop, you will discover how to: Set and plan goals for your children and yourselves Make sure you can access information and provide assistance to your adult… read more »

From Attorney Rehmeyer: 5 Changes to Make Before Your Child Goes to College

access_time Posted on: July 12th, 2022

Future dates: July 14th at noon. If your child becomes sick while away at college, a hospital or doctor’s office will not release any information to you over the phone. In the eyes of the law, your child is an adult, but as parents we care for them well beyond 18 years. Make sure your family has the proper documentation in place to avoid chaos and protect your newly-independent child. —– On this live workshop, you will discover how to: Set and plan goals for your children and yourselves Make sure you can access information and provide assistance to your… read more »

From Attorney Rehmeyer: 5 Changes to Make Before Your Child Goes to College

access_time Posted on: June 29th, 2022

Future dates: July 12th at 4pm, July 14th at noon. If your child becomes sick while away at college, a hospital or doctor’s office will not release any information to you over the phone. In the eyes of the law, your child is an adult, but as parents we care for them well beyond 18 years. Make sure your family has the proper documentation in place to avoid chaos and protect your newly-independent child. —– On this live workshop, you will discover how to: Set and plan goals for your children and yourselves Make sure you can access information and… read more »

From Attorney Rehmeyer: 5 Changes to Make Before Your Child Goes to College

access_time Posted on: June 27th, 2022

Future dates: June 29th at noon, July 12th at 4pm, July 14th at noon. If your child becomes sick while away at college, a hospital or doctor’s office will not release any information to you over the phone. In the eyes of the law, your child is an adult, but as parents we care for them well beyond 18 years. Make sure your family has the proper documentation in place to avoid chaos and protect your newly-independent child. —– On this live workshop, you will discover how to: Set and plan goals for your children and yourselves Make sure you… read more »

Former CGA Attorney Rees Griffiths and his wife, Sue, initiate the Griffiths Salvation Army Scholarship

access_time Posted on: May 27th, 2022

The Griffiths Salvation Army Scholarship launched this year with a $10,000 scholarship presented to a York High senior at the York High Awards Ceremony last evening. The recipient plans to attend Morgan State University to study nursing. Major Babbitt presented the scholarship. Rees and Sue’s estate plans provide that 80 percent of their estate goes to awarding similar scholarships to high achieving students with clear financial need. They established the program early to ensure they could celebrate the scholarships with the recipients and make certain the process worked smoothly while they are still around. The Griffiths describe the decision to… read more »

Family Matters with Jeff Rehmeyer & Bryan Tate

access_time Posted on: May 24th, 2022

  Join CGA Law Firm President, Jeffrey L. Rehmeyer to learn about protecting your family through the Probate Process. Bryan Tate, Register of Wills, returns to provide insights & tips, which will enable you to better plan & to further benefit your family.

The Basics of Estate Planning and Administration with CGA President Jeffrey Rehmeyer

access_time Posted on: May 11th, 2022

CGA President Jeffrey Rehmeyer will be presenting The Basics of Estate Planning and Administration for the employees of Home Instead of Mechanicsburg and Gettysburg.  

York County Estate Planning Council

access_time Posted on: February 22nd, 2022

Tuesday, February 22, 2022 | 11:45 am— 1:30 pm Country Club of York, 1400 Country Club Rd, York, PA 17403 Flyer-2-22-2022 Strauss YCEPC Program Speaker: Eric R. Strauss, Esquire, Worth, Magee and Fisher, PC Topics to be covered: PA Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (RUFADAA) How to identify digital assets and assess those with monetary value Planning for management and transfer of assets after death/disability Unique protections granted to “content of electronic communications”Income tax issues related to digital asset ownership To register: email the completed form or the requested information to yorkepc@yorkbar.com The York County Estate Planning… read more »

5 Time Sensitive Changes to Make Before Your Child Goes Away to College

access_time Posted on: December 16th, 2021

If you have a child who will be entering college soon, or is even there now, please join Attorney Jeffrey L. Rehmeyer II for a complimentary seminar. Learn what others wish they had known. Keep yourself legally able to get information about your child and help in times of need. In this live workshop, you will discover how to: set and plan for goals for your children and yourselves; make sure you that can access information and provide assistance to your adult child, when needed; absolve burdens from your children and spouse; relieve your family from any chaos or confusion;… read more »

5 Time Sensitive Changes to Make Before Your Child Goes Away to College

access_time Posted on: December 7th, 2021

If you have a child who will be entering college soon, or is even there now, please join Attorney Jeffrey L. Rehmeyer II for a complimentary seminar. Learn what others wish they had known. Keep yourself legally able to get information about your child and help in times of need. In this live workshop, you will discover how to: set and plan for goals for your children and yourselves; make sure you that can access information and provide assistance to your adult child, when needed; absolve burdens from your children and spouse; relieve your family from any chaos or confusion;… read more »