Estate Planning & Asset Protection Seminar



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29 January Wednesday

Estate Planning & Asset Protection Seminar

29 January 2020, 10:00 - 29 January 2020, 20:00

Ronald C. Morton is an attorney who specializes in Estate Planning and Elder Law. He will be presenting information on how to protect assets from Medicaid and other dangers. Some of the subjects will be:

  • New Federal Tax Laws and their impact on you and your family
  • How you can now avoid the cost, hassle, and expense of Probate
  • Ways to make sure your home goes to your family when you die (even if you have an
    outstanding mortgage)
  • How YOUR assets can now be protected if your children le bankruptcy (even if they file bankruptcy after you die)
  • How YOUR assets can be totally protected if your children get divorced (even if the divorce takes place after you die)
  • How you can leave most of your assets to your family TOTALLY TAX FREE when you die- no income taxes, no capital gains taxes, no estate taxes, or other taxes
  • Why relying on BENEFICIARY DESIGNATIONS for retirement accounts may be a terrible mistake
  • New steps people may be able to take to help protect assets in case they go into a nursing home, and much, much more.
Date: January 29
Time: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Cost: Free
Event CategoryEducation