NSPAC: Special needs estate planning – January 21

by beth on January 13, 2021

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The Northborough/Southborough Special Education Parent Advisory Council (NSPAC) is bringing back an expert on an important topic. 

Amanda Mulhall, LLC, of Mulhall Estate Planning, will present on Special Needs Estate Planning. The presentation will be held a week from tomorrow, Thursday, January 21, 6:30-8pm.

A flyer promotes:

It’s never too late to plan for your child’s future. Join to hear an overview of your options and understand the best plan for your family.

Topics will include:

Guardianship: How to name guardians while your children are minors and whether it’s appropriate after the child turns 18

Asset Planning: What is a Trust and what is the difference between a First Party and Third Party Trust

Supplemental Needs Trusts: How parents can ensure that their child remains eligible for government benefits

Pooled Trusts: An alternative option for families without substantial assets or who want a low cost professional Trustee

ABLE Accounts: How to put money away for your child’s future without risking his or her eligibility for government benefits

Please register for this event here or by visiting NSPAC.org

Follow NSPAC on Facebook Email: nspac1@gmail.com

Coming up next month are two additional meetings: 

  • February 9, 2021, 6:30-8pm: NSPAC Speaker Series: Special Education during COVID-19 presented by Massachusetts Advocates for Children
  • February 23, 2021, 10-11am: NSPAC General Meeting, followed by NSPAC parents virtual coffee

On the NSPAC website, parents can also access presentations, recordings, and/or minutes of the following NSPAC meetings held earlier this school year:

  • Zach Smith, Autism Awareness Speaker and Child Advocate
  • November NSPAC Meeting followed by Parent Virtual Coffee/Open Session
  • Basic Rights “Understanding the IEP” by Federation for Children with Special Needs
  • Discussion with Special Education Attorney Abbe Allexenberg

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