Tully Law, P.C. Presents “Special Needs Planning in a Changing World”

March 9, 2012
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The Elder Law Office of Tully Law, P.C. will host a workshop “Special Needs Planning in a Changing World” at its office, located at 150 Broadhollow Road, Suite 123 in Melville. The workshop is available on March 27 from 7-9 p.m. and on March 29 from 10 a.m. to noon.

Guest speakers include Brian Andrew Tully, JD, CELA, Founder, Tully Law, P.C. and Craig Marcott, Special Needs Consultant. The workshop will focus on the critical ages and timeline for the family; guardianship; preserving government benefits; supplemental needs trusts; funding of the supplemental needs trust; estate planning; and the New York State 1115 Waiver.

The Elder Law Office of Tully Law, P.C. differs from traditional elder law and estate planning firms in that the firm’s objective is to maximize the comfort and enjoyment an individual experiences in the latter portion of his or her life. The firm concentrates in elder law, special needs and estate planning, Life Care Planning, Medicaid asset protection, Medicaid applications and estate and trust administration and offers counsel and education to help families make the wisest decisions as they plan for a special-needs family member or navigate through the elder care continuum.

Space is limited and registration is requested. For more information, or to register, call (800) 379-PLAN (7526) or (631) 424-2800.


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