San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Light dinner is served at 6:30pm. Presentation begins promptly at 7pm.
We are meeting in the Fellowship Hall, which is directly accessible through the side door by the playground. Free parking.
It is never too early or too late to learn about special needs estate planning. In this seminar, we'll answer these questions and more:
- How does wealth transfer affect your child's eligibility to receive government benefit?
- What can a Special Needs Trust provide?
- How to fund a Special Needs Trust?
- What is a Letter of Intent?
- How to start the planning process?
CDSPG is proud to have Mr. Frank Campbell of Holden & Campbell, Attorneys At Law, and M & T Bank present this seminar.
Speaker Bio: Frank is admitted to practice law before the Bars of New York, Maryland, and Virginia. In addition to his law degree, Frank has earned Master of Laws in Taxation (LLM). He focuses his entire practice in the areas of Estate Planning and Administration, including the use of trusts and other entities for probate avoidance, estate and gift tax savings and planned giving strategies. He has served as a lecturer to the Maryland State Bar Association and the Anne Arundel County Bar Association. Mr. Campbell began his legal career as a Judge Advocate in the United States Marine Corps. Immediately, prior to associating with Holden & Campbell, Mr. Campbell served as the General Counsel for the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction, an agency designated to oversee and report to Congress on the reconstruction of Iraq. Frank serves on the Board of the Anne Arundel Community College Foundation and serves as the chairman of the Anne Arundel Medical Center Charitable Gift Planning Advisory Committee.
For additional information or questions, please contact Yvonne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The goal of the CDSPG education seminar is to cover a wide range of topics that affect people with DS. The seminar aims to provide useful information and insightful discussions so families and individuals can make an informed decision that is right for them. Parents, families, and self-advocates are urged to do their own research as part of their decision making process. The choice of a particular topic or presenter does not indicate endorsement from CDSPG. The people who coordinate the education seminars are members of the DS community who volunteer their time to make these events happen.